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adjective. ['prəˈfɛst'] claimed with intent to deceive.
Rhymes with Professed
Sentences with professed
They then read a vow of dedication and are formally confirmed as professed members.
2. Verb, past participle
The Siberian's dog-like personality endears him to professed "dog people" and cat enthusiasts alike.
3. Verb, past tense
About a year ago, I professed my love for the Magic Eraser.
Quotes about professed
1. Sometimes the things that are felt the most are expressed between two souls over the distance and over time...where no words abide. And others may speak freely, live with one another freely, express themselves freely– just like everyone else, but then there is you... you have no words for proof of reassurance, no tokens of professed love, but you have something. Something worth keeping.
- C. JoyBell C., Saint Paul Trois Chateaux: 1948
adjective. ['prəˈfɛst'] openly declared as such.
adjective. ['prəˈfɛst'] professing to be qualified.