Among the ancient Jews, a member of a radical political and religious sect that openly resisted Roman rule in Palestine
(Australian rules football) Any of the three players (the ruckman, ruck rover, and rover) who usually follow the ball around the ground rather than occupying a fixed position.
One that pleads in another's behalf; an intercessor:
The definition of an aficionado is a person who is a fan of something.
The definition of an amateur is someone who plays a sport but does not receive compensation for it.
A person who boosts; enthusiastic supporter
(Informal) A devotee or enthusiast, as of a particular area of interest
An early follower of Jesus, esp. one of the Apostles
The definition of an enthusiast is a person who is very excited about some person or thing.
The definition of a fanatic is a person who is overly excited and interested in something.
An enthusiast; devotee
A thing that supports
One who opposes or is hostile to an idea or cause:
A person who opposes or fights against another; opponent; enemy
A drug or chemical substance that interferes with the physiological action of another, especially by combining with and blocking its receptor.
A person who acts in a wildly irresponsible way:
A person who is excellent at some activity
(Informal, sometimes affectionate) A very sexually perverse individual.
A Dissenter; Nonconformist
A matter that relates to or affects one:
(Usually plural) Something that a person likes (prefers).
The definition of love is a feeling of deep affection, passion or strong liking for a person or thing.
Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
The belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers, regarded as creating and governing the universe:
A person who has membership in some group, association or religion.
Find another word for devotee. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for devotee, like: praise, zealot, believer, fan, follower, admirer, advocate, aficionado, amateur, booster and buff.