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votary

1. RC Church Eastern Churches a person, such as a monk or nun, who has dedicated himself or herself to religion by taking vows
2. ardently devoted to the services or worship of God, a deity, or a saint
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Although these will undoubtedly be vetted by the government, they may provide occasional glimpses of his thinking, especially whether he continues to adhere to the RSS line, where the social scene is concerned, or has become a votary of the prime minister's economic agenda.
Jinnah should have become a votary and champion of Muslim Nationalism at a time when the whole world is decrying against the evils of nationalism.
I became a votary of the Boris cult," Gove wrote in 2005.
Though the political atmosphere has become one in which the Dalit discourse, of which Vemula was a votary, has come to loggerheads with the rightwing, Vemula was as critical of the Left ideologies as of the Right as far as his thoughts expressed on social media site Facebook suggest.
Do not look at economic issues also from coloured glasses Funds could come from Mauritius but not from other states" Khan said who had been a strong votary of Islamic banking.
Weberman; to collectors who divvied up the windows removed from Dylan's Hibbing home; to a votary called to baby-sit Dylan's Duluth highchair; to gypsies following Bob on his Never Ending Tour and rushing to get "on the rail.
I am a votary of something at which the hand shakes.
The tallest Indian leader of the freedom movement, Mahatma Gandhi, was a firm votary of Hindi and Indian languages-but he did not coin the phrase so popular with the 'nationalists' and 'patriots' in post-Independence era: 'Angrezi Hatao' (Banish English).
Beethoven too was a great votary of the routine in his life.
Understandably, for Modi -- a votary of trickle-down economics -- the rights-based legislative framework that the Congress has introduced and proposes to expand in the future comes as a huge challenge.
A votary of unified Andhra Pradesh, Minor Irrigation Minister T.
Rampuri is a strong votary of peaceful co-existence of Hindus and Muslims in India but seeks to underplay the perception about rising extreme Hindu right: "If fanatic Hindu belief existed it would have become the dominant thought by now.