devoutness

NOUN
  1. piety by virtue of being devout
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How To Use devoutness In A Sentence

  • The original film was subject to the censorship mores of the time - a consideration that meant that the book's Catholic themes (Pinkie is afflicted with a peculiar kind of devoutness), and some of its more violent scenes (a murder by choking on a stick of Brighton rock), were dampened or excised. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • They leave Bibles, Christian literature, and Christian music CDs lying around their rooms; they attend fundamentalist Christian Bible studies; they feign devoutness at the Academy's weekly "Special Programs in Religious Education" (SPIRE) programs. Chris Rodda: Civil Rights and Religious Groups Demand That Air Force Academy 'Climate Survey' Be Made Public
  • D darkness of calamity dash of eccentricity dawning of recognition day of reckoning daylight of faith decay of authority declaration of indifference deeds of prowess defects of temper degree of hostility delicacy of thought delirium of wonder depth of despair dereliction of duty derogation of character despoiled of riches destitute of power desultoriness of detail [desultoriness = haphazard; random] device of secrecy devoid of merit devoutness of faith dexterity of phrase diapason of motives [diapason = full, rich, harmonious sound] dictates of conscience difference of opinion difficult of attainment dignity of thought dilapidations of time diminution of brutality disabilities of age display of prowess distinctness of vision distortion of symmetry diversity of aspect divinity of tradition domain of imagination drama of action dream of vengeance drop of comfort ductility of expression dull of comprehension duplicities of might dust of defeat Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases A Practical Handbook Of Pertinent Expressions, Striking Similes, Literary, Commercial, Conversational, And Oratorical Terms, For The Embellishment Of Speech And Literature, And The Improvement Of The Vocabulary Of Those Per
  • The first part of the script - the so-called devoutness of the founders - is least relevant to the current debate over religion in government.
  • Where circumstances are favorable, this proclivity is apt to express itself in a certain servile devotional fervor and a punctilious attention to devout observances; it may perhaps be better characterized as devoutness than as religion. The theory of the leisure class; an economic study of institutions
  • Just thank who ever your flavour of devoutness may dictate you to thank.
  • As best I can tell, the Boy Scouts are open to anyone who says they're religious, regardless of the religion, and regardless of the degree of devoutness.
  • It seems to me now that her excessive devoutness is her way of trying to make amends for her marriage not being sanctified. OUT OF THE ASHES
  • Those people who lifted up arms of sensation with dolorous hearts yearned for retaining a sentence of words from God with stretching devoutness .
  • But there was something puzzling about their devoutness. Their puzzling devoutness
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