zealous devotee

(redirected from devotee)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

zealous devotee

A passionate follower (of someone or something). My boyfriend is a zealous devotee of this new diet, but if I have to eat another plate of vegetables, I'll lose my mind.
References in periodicals archive ?
It was the sixth time that the multilevel structure, which was designed to hold the Holy Cross and its devotees, led a grand fluvial procession through the Bocaue River since the annual tradition was revived in 2014.
They have been a devotee for a long time before I got into it.
4 million devotees took part in the runup to the traslacion from Dec.
"When you say devotee, it should not just be for January 9, every Traslacion.
Even today, many non-Muslims are devoted to Muslim saints, revering them as much as their Muslim devotees. Ishwar Das, a grocery shop owner belonging to the Hindu community in Bhit Shah, is one such person.
The Devotee City caters to revelers and devotees from Carcar City and beyond in the south and Danao City and beyond in the north as well as those from other provinces.
Devotees believe that passing through this door, guarantees them moksha.
Marianists, the third group, are devotees of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who believe that visions at Fatima (Portugal), Medjugorje (Herzegovina), and even Bayside, in Queens, New York, offer supernatural guidance to a church adrift in the chaotic modern world.
Indian devotee Neelam Rani said that celebrating Janmashtami in Paris is like experiencing the festival celebration in Vrindavan.
The story of one such devotee of nine years, Niggel Figueroa, is eloquently captured in this issue's 'Faith'
"Sent by God the Father to save mankind, Jesus was the first ever devotee. He was deeply devoted to us," Tagle said in his homily during the midnight mass.
Chanting 'swamiya saranam Ayyappa' matras aloud and clapping their hands, women devotee had been inspecting vehicles at various points en route to Sabarimala since last evening.
Devotee City is an annual program that caters to devotees of the Senor Santo Nino from all over the province and nearby islands who come to Cebu City to join the Sinulog observation.
According to an estimate, if all the devotees are allowed up to Ramula Vari Meda in the present conditions with each devotee being provided darshan for two seconds, the TTD authorities can allow a maximum of 30,000 devotees per day.
The Manila archbishop said that every year questions on the importance of being a devotee are raised.