Translation of devoutly in Spanish:


con devoción, adv.

Pronunciation /dəˈvaʊtli/ /dɪˈvaʊtli/


  • 1

    (pray) con devoción
    (hope) fervientemente
    • At the hour of death the Holy Masses you have heard devoutly will be your greatest consolation.
    • Throughout his life he held devoutly to the Presbyterianism in which he was raised.
    • Despite becoming devoutly religious, he was arrested for shoplifting during 2004.
    • But also most importantly she was struck by how he had embraced devoutly the Islamic faith.
    • Lord Venkateshwara, Shiva and Parvati and Nandi are worshipped devoutly by the south Indian devotees.
    • For Gandhians, this is a spot of pilgrimage and they bow devoutly before the tree.
    • My sister has become devoutly Orthodox Jewish.
    • She spoke Yiddish, made blintzes from scratch, and devoutly attended Friday night services every Shabbat.
    • When I was younger, despite I lacked all the ritualistic, religious stuff, I had still devoutly loved God.
    • I live in the secular, democratic United States, where many religions are practiced, and I also devoutly follow Islam.