Synonyms of devout
1 religiousDictionary • She was a devout Christian.
religious • They are both very religious.
godly • a learned and godly preacher
pious • He was brought up by pious female relatives.
holy • The Indians think of him as a holy man.
orthodox • orthodox Jews
saintly • I assumed a look of saintly innocence.
reverent • the reverent hush of a rapt audience
2 sincereDictionary • a devout opponent of racism
sincere • He accepted her apologies as sincere.
serious • You really are serious about this, aren't you?
deep • a period of deep personal crisis
earnest • Ella was a pious, earnest young woman.
genuine • There was genuine joy in the room.
devoted • a loving and devoted father
intense • She is more adult, and more intense than I had imagined.
passionate • He made a passionate speech about his commitment to peace.
profound • The overwhelming feeling is profound shock and anger.
ardent • an ardent opponent of the war
fervent • a fervent admirer of her work
heartfelt • My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all the relatives.
zealous • She was a zealous worker for charitable bodies.
dinkum (Australian, New Zealand, informal) • He was a fair dinkum bloke with no pretensions.
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ardentArdent is used to describe someone who has extremely strong feelings about something or someone.
• an ardent opponent of the war
deepYou use deep to emphasize the seriousness, strength, importance, or degree of something.
• a period of deep personal crisis
devotedSomeone who is devoted to a person loves that person very much.
• a loving and devoted father
Thesaurus for devout from the Collins English Thesaurus