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
Going hand in hand with normalisation-by-coalition—in part its cause and in part its effect—is a growing professionalism and a professed moderation among the populists.
According to the Times, Meehan, who is married, professed romantic interest in an aide who was decades younger than him.
With Abrams’ candidacy, Democrats have the opportunity to make good on their recent professed gratitude for Black women.
Tipirneni, despite her professed centrism, has been endorsed by two up-and-coming progressives in the House, Washington’s Pramila Jayapal and California’s Ro Khanna.
Britain’s disrespect for education is inflicted on its students, who pay extortionate amounts for the self-professed gold-standard of a British university.
The professed goal is to increase pay equity between men and women, and Eleanor Holmes Norton, the District of Columbia’s nonvoting delegate to the House, has introduced a bill that would take the idea nationwide.
Although the investigation has not implicated her personally, her professed ignorance of the scheme, despite her proximity to its most influential players, has struck few as credible.
For decades, the United States had professed neutrality on the fate of Jerusalem, in line with an international consensus that the fate of the holy city should be determined in negotiations.
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