English words and Examples of Usage

use "devote" in a sentence

Originally, police had planned to devote 100 officers to the search.

Let's devote our resources to empowering our citizens, not imprisoning them.

Saint John’s used to devote almost an entire page of its menu to Mule variations.

Julian left Morehouse halfway through his senior year to devote himself more fully to SNCC.

I plan to devote all of my strength and resources to seeing that some good comes from this evil.

The company said it "will devote all resources necessary to fully investigate" the reported hack.

I discovered the concept of self-compassion and chose to devote 2014 to incorporating it into my life.

What we do is devote whatever resources are necessary to these investigations,"" Pugash added."

I intend to devote a few hours a day to the study of English.

I want to devote my life to education.

The Hindu religion teaches us, "Whatever you do, devote your whole mind, heart and soul to it."

Ling went on to devote her medical research to HIV and AIDS.

Well, shall we devote ourselves to study today as well?

Mao retired from films in 1992 to devote herself to her family.

I will devote my life to the study of history.

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