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unprofessed

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adjective un·pro·fessed \ˌən-prə-ˈfest\

Definition of unprofessed

  1. :  not professed <an unprofessed aim>



15th Century

First Known Use of unprofessed

15th century

Rhymes with unprofessed

acid test, almagest, anapest, beta test, blanket chest, Bucharest, decongest, disinfest, disinterest, disinvest, false arrest, galley-west, Hammerfest, hornet's nest, house arrest, manifest, north-northwest, palimpsest, placement test, predigest, quarter rest, reinvest, rinderpest, Rorschach test, Sackville-West, second-best, self-addressed, self-confessed, self-interest, self-possessed, uninterest, vision quest


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