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Votary Definition in Context from 601 Words

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Votary definition and synonyms in real context from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Improve reading and listening comprehension in authentic context with the word, votary.

/ˈvəʊt(ə)ri/ (noun)

Votary definition

a person especially a nun or monk who has made vows to dedicate his life to religious service or worship, believer, disciple

devotee, buff, aficionado, follower, supporter, fan, enthusiast


If religious faith could be packaged in a pill, the stock price of drug companies would soar. Votaries and true believers tend to live longer. Religion, not merely spirituality, is a profound predictor of health. Spiritual practices can reduce blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, and help stave off some effects of mental illness about as well as many drugs on the market. In fact, the lack of religiosity is about as unhealthy as 40 years of smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. If you care about your health, you might want to start praying regularly. Consider these five ways that faith is really good for you.

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Parts of speech

Noun: votarist

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