Devotion [noun]

Definition of Devotion:

commitment; loyalty

Opposite/Antonyms of Devotion:

Sentence/Example of Devotion:

No wonder many in the US and Europe have begun questioning the underpinnings of capitalism—particularly its devotion to free markets and its faith in the power of economic growth to create prosperity and solve our problems.

Members of the ARMY, the self-ascribed title for BTS fans, told Reuters last week that buying stock in Big Hit Entertainment was a sign of their devotion to the group.

When she asks the emperor whom she just saved to send her home and the court gasps in shock, the emperor informs the watching crowd that “devotion to family is an essential virtue.”

Their devotion to Holy Scripture, however, is highly selective.

Unfortunately, my overall lifestyle serves as a poor alibi for this level of athletic devotion.

Bessires was included because he would never win it at any later date, but his doglike devotion made him a priceless subordinate.

This has a warm though a thin soil, which must be highly favorable to the Vine to induce so exclusive a devotion to it.

I must aspire to the agitating transports of self-devotion, in scenes of sacrifice and peril!

And now there was added to this devotion an element of indefinable anxiety which made its vigilance unceasing.

No man was likely to see Ramona with Alessandro without perceiving the rare quality of her devotion to him.