professes in English
he had professed his love for her
a people professing Christianity
a professor—what does he profess?
Use "professes" in a sentence
1. 6 She still professes her innocence.
2. The government professes to care about the poor.
3. The gazpacho tastes good, and Dilnot professes to enjoy his ham.
4. It professes no particular architectural creed; it belongs to no recognisable school of design.
5. Father, red sorghum claims to cure your fever; the age-old walnut tree professes.
6. The “dragnet” represents an earthly instrument that professes to be God’s congregation and that gathers in “fish.”
7. Even a bride who professes delight with her groom's boyishness ' will tire of being the only adult in the family if her husband doesn't grow up soon.
8. In the song, Fiasco professes his love for old-school hip hop through his lyrics, as Ed Sheeran sings the soulful, laid-back hook.
9. I enclothe how many website to what the mom in A professes, more or less to visit a quantity everyday, it is to be without interest really.
10. Ekman, incidentally, professes to be "a terrible liar", and observes that although some people are plainly more accomplished liars than others, he cannot teach anyone how to lie.
11. 30 Even a bride who professes delight with her groom's boyishness ' will tire of being the only adult in the family if her husband doesn't grow up soon.
12. 10 Deng Run Long professes:"The passenger is eager to thinking our apprehensibility of homing temper, but they protect engine driver enlarged our administer justice difficulties like this."
13. 3 But why would anyone who professes to have faith in God find it difficult to believe the Bible account that by God’s holy spirit the Jewish virgin Mary was made pregnant and gave birth to Jesus?