Synonyms for Devoted:


committed, loyal (adjective)
affectionate, caring, concerned, consecrated, constant, dedicated, devout, doting, dutiful, faithful, fond, loving, staunch, steadfast, true, zealous.
doting (adjective)
enthusiastic (adjective)
avid, born-again, eager, enthusiastic, hooked, keen, motivated, wholehearted, zealous, mad about something.
loving (adjective)
admiring, adoring, affectionate, amorous, caring, desirous, endearing, erotic, fond, friendly, infatuated, intimate, loving, passionate, romantic, sentimental, tender, worshipful, cherishing, faithful.
obedient (adjective)
acquiescent, allegiant, compliant, faithful, loyal, meek, obedient, servile, submissive, dutiful.
pious (adjective)
christian, cultist, devout, dogmatic, godly, holier-than-thou, holy, pious, prayerful, religious, reverent, sanctified, sanctimonious, solemn, superstitious, born-again, dutiful, faithful, obedient, worshipful.
reliable (adjective)
certain, conscientious, dependable, trustworthy, trusty, faithful, loyal, reliable.
resolute (adjective)
bold, bullheaded, committed, constant, courageous, dauntless, decided, decisive, dedicated, deliberate, determined, diligent, dogged, earnest, fearless, firm, headstrong, hearty, implacable, indefatigable, indomitable, inexorable, insistent, intent, persevering, persistent, plucky, relentless, reliable, resolute, resolved, ruthless, serious, set, spunky, staunch, steadfast, steady, steely, stern, strong-minded, strong-willed, stubborn, tenacious, thorough, tireless, tough, true, unbending, unchangeable, uncompromising, unflinching, unwavering, unyielding, valiant, zealous, iron-willed, unshakeable, faithful, loyal, willing.
servile (adjective)
attending, biddable, browbeaten, complaisant, deferential, docile, downtrodden, dutiful, feudal, groveling, humble, inferior, menial, slavish, subordinate, subservient, willing, yielding, Genuflecting, Subjected, kowtowing, curtsying, acquiescent, obedient, servile, submissive.
tenacious (adjective)
brave, enduring, fervent, hard, obdurate, obstinate, stiff, stony, strong, undaunted, unflagging, bulldogged, flintlike, bold, bullheaded, courageous, dauntless, decisive, determined, diligent, dogged, faithful, headstrong, hearty, indefatigable, indomitable, insistent, persevering, persistent, plucky, resolute, spunky, staunch, steadfast, strong-willed, stubborn, tenacious, tireless, tough, true.


about, concerned, concerning, in relation to, regarding, as for, in connection with something, in/with regard to. besotted, head over heels, lovesick, enamoured, crazy about someone, in the throes of something, mad about someone. attitude, disuse, disused, doting, economical, economy, idle, love, sparing, untapped, unused, at full stretch. consecrated, give, hallowed, include, sacred. devoted (noun)


gave (verb)
allotted, assigned, assisted, bestowed, dispensed, donated, endowed, expended, extended, funded, furnished, given, granted, lent, paid, pledged, presented, rationed, sent, shared, Allowed, Ascribed, Attributed, Awarded, Bequeathed, Delivered, Disbursed, Doled, Gave, Helped, Imparted, Lavished, Offered, Rendered, Served, Showered, Tendered, Consigned, Contributed, Provided, Submitted, Supplied.
resolved (verb)
Endured, Persevered, Persisted.
worshiped (verb)
admired, adored, cherished, dignified, exalted, idolized, respected, revered, venerated, Deified, Worshiped, Prayed.

Other synonyms:

besotted, concerned, concerning, disuse, disused, lovesick, regarding, sparing, untapped, unused. about, doting, enthusiastic. economical. economy, idle. Other relevant words:
about, avid, concerned, concerning, consecrated, doting, eager, economy, enthusiastic, hallowed, keen, love, lovesick, regarding, sacred, sparing, untapped, wholehearted.

Usage examples for devoted

  1. And had accepted, in terms so meaning too, the dear, devoted fellow. – This Freedom by A. S. M. Hutchinson
  2. Have you so long been devoted to your profession? – The Red Rover by James Fenimore Cooper
  3. He was devoted to the Prince, but he was still more devoted to himself. – The Intriguers by William Le Queux