prayerful

[prair-fuhl]
adjective
given to, characterized by, or expressive of prayer; devout.

Origin:
1620–30; prayer + -ful

prayerfully, adverb
prayerfulness, noun
unprayerful, adjective
unprayerfully, adverb
unprayerfulness, noun


pious, godly, reverent.
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prayerful (ˈprɛəfʊl)
 
adj
inclined to or characterized by prayer
 
prayerfully
 
adv
 
prayerfulness
 
n

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Example sentences
Yet these prayerful cartoons didn't cue actual words.
There is something prayerful about these small but rich gifts.
Once you stood watch in lands far away, while families back home knelt in
  prayerful vigil.
Take time for spiritual practice, prayerful reflection, meditation or serene
  solitude.
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