Verb(1) practice as a profession, teach, or claim to be knowledgeable about(2) confess one's faith in, or allegiance to(3) admit (to a wrongdoing(4) state freely(5) receive into a religious order or congregation(6) take vows, as in religious order(7) state insincerely
(1) More than one-third of the people profess no religion.(2) I don't profess to be an expert(3) Then there is the major dichotomy between those who practice and profess any religion and those who are just born into them.(4) Article 18 protects theistic, non-theistic and atheistic beliefs, as well as the right not to profess any religion or belief.(5) It starts to dawn on you that the only reason you profess the religion you do is because of the influence of your parents and your upbringing.(6) Alanon does not profess a religion, nor is it organized as a group.(7) Pupils at Paxcroft Primary School are preparing to send and receive cards in the run-up to Saturday, when thousands of people across west Wiltshire will profess their true feelings to loved ones.(8) I don't pretend to profess great grief (and it's nobody's business if I feel it anyway), but it feels disrespectful not to mark it and also pleasing to have the opportunity to do so.(9) Not a day went by that she did not wish to go back in time to deny Nelson, and profess her true feelings.(10) She entered the Order in 1964 and was professed in April of 1967.(11) This mass migration has brought peoples professing various religions to live in areas where those religions have not been known widely.(12) Anyhow, Ross is onscreen now, professing his love for Rachel, although she's in another room.(13) Foolish us with our medieval notions of professors professing away, surrounded by their students, all engaged in an effort to understand the world we live in and change it for the better.(14) Haslam professes an enthusiasm for lots of stuff all the time, and that's certainly been a keynote of Schvedtar's tenure on Edmonton stages.(15) Katia, who often professes her strong feelings for David and calls him ├ö├ç├┐my love,├ö├ç├û is gradually coded as the romantic of the couple with near-manic depressive outbursts of sudden weeping, laughing, and anger.(16) He was professed in 1965 in the Capuchin Order, a religious order dedicated to following the traditions of St. Francis of Assisi.
1. declare ::
2. claim ::
3. affirm one's faith in ::
bekræfter sin tro på
4. concede ::
5. pretend ::
lade som om
1. deny ::
2. gainsay ::
Different Formsprofess, professed, professes, professing
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