Examples of professed in a Sentence
He is a professed enemy of the king.
a professed analyst of American presidential politics
Recent Examples of professed from the Web
Pruitt admitted to one lie, but otherwise deflected blame or professed ignorance.
The author’s living relations in this realm might include Enrique Vila-Matas (a professed influence), Idra Novey and fellow exile Pola Oloixarac.
Moscow has watched as the peaceful revolt to its south unfolded, first with professed disinterest, then caution and now perhaps with careful engagement.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, the self-professed deficit hawk who oversaw a nearly four-fold increase in the national debt over his 20 years in Congress, will not be running for re-election in November, a spokesperson confirmed Wednesday morning.
Prediction for the season: The recovering drug addict with a serious God complex will either double down on his self-professed invincibility, or finally realize the extent of his own frailty.
Sun Myung Moon later became a self-professed messiah and started the Unification Church in 1954.
Here follow the week's Top 10 sports quotes, as selected by a one-man panel of professed professionalism: 10.
Following through on his professed desire to look at gun laws certainly wouldn't come without cost for Trump.
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PROFESSED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of professed for English Language Learners
: openly said or declared
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