A professed philosopher. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
His professed intentions. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Hillary Clinton in no short term professed that she would be waiting for an "Unthinkable" event to propel her as the presidential nominee. From Wordnik.com. [Second petition drive launched to make Clinton VP] Reference
Parliament, where were present, not only such as professed. From Wordnik.com. [John Knox] Reference
Froude not only "professed" to be narrating facts: he was narrating them. From Wordnik.com. [The Life of Froude] Reference
The rich people to whom this word of warning was sent were not such as professed the. From Wordnik.com. [Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)] Reference
In ancient times a doctor or an advocate "professed" in public that he placed the needs of others above his needs. From Wordnik.com. [Law.com - Newswire] Reference
The Greek word omologia, rendered "professed" here, is rendered confess in the next verse; and so it should have been rendered here. From Wordnik.com. [Confession a Fundamental Doctrine of the Gospel Economy:] Reference
'Professors,' as we have already seen, are the people usually called 'Puritans, who' professed 'or made a great show of being very religious.'. From Wordnik.com. [A Book of Quaker Saints] Reference
The millions of people who have died in this region since 1998, never previously evoked this kind of professed concern, and call for direct action from the British. From Wordnik.com. [LaRouche's Latest] Reference
'professed' to be particularly religious and good. From Wordnik.com. [A Book of Quaker Saints] Reference
Some professed veneration for the real-estate mogul. From Wordnik.com. [MAIL CALL & CORRECTION] Reference
All professed support, but only one followed through. From Wordnik.com. [Outside, Looking In] Reference
"We got a lot of professed admiration for the writing.". From Wordnik.com. ['The Sopranos:' Making A Mob Hit] Reference
Graf herself has professed absolute ignorance of her monetary affairs. From Wordnik.com. [Trouble In Another Court] Reference
If the latter, how does that fit in with our professed feelings about family values?. From Wordnik.com. [MAIL CALL] Reference
So far nothing illegal has been uncovered, and Portillo has professed his innocence. From Wordnik.com. [Culture Of Impunity] Reference
A 2000 study of 1,200 self-professed swingers found a cross-section of respectable America. From Wordnik.com. [Suburban Swingers] Reference
As a mom and self - professed "candyholic," I allow my children to have candy in moderation. From Wordnik.com. [MAIL CALL] Reference
What's new (and interesting) is the professed puzzlement of many economists over the job gap. From Wordnik.com. [Why America Creates Jobs] Reference
Yet his traveling companion, Battle, professed surprise at hearing the country's border was so near. From Wordnik.com. [Periscope] Reference
Kelleher himself has regularly professed wariness of the Big Apple's three C's -- cold, cost and congestion. From Wordnik.com. [Wal-Mart Of The Sky] Reference
An absolutely wrong forum and setting were created for achieving what the Senate professed to want to achieve. From Wordnik.com. [In Search Of The Truth] Reference
Grigory Yavlinsky, a liberal parliamentarian, argues that the president's professed openness has distinct limits. From Wordnik.com. [America's New Friend?] Reference
Despite a professed love of Marxism, some also show capitalist tendencies -- they now charge a fee for interviews. From Wordnik.com. [A Kopek For Your Thoughts] Reference
Their professed motive for attempting to overthrow Gorbachev was to rescue the Soviet Union from its economic crisis. From Wordnik.com. [Now Comes The Witch Hunt] Reference
If this is the level of morality of our leaders, many of whom are self-professed Christians, then may their Lord help us. From Wordnik.com. [Mail Call] Reference
There were those criminal rip-offs of poverty programs by people who had professed themselves great advocates of the poor. From Wordnik.com. [The Cynicism Complaint] Reference
As the first self-professed born-again president, Carter was the first to lure a new generation of evangelicals into political action. From Wordnik.com. [The Kingdom and the Power] Reference
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