Definition Of profession

noun

a declaration of belief in a religion.

a paid occupation, especially one that involves prolonged training and a formal qualification.

his chosen profession of teaching

an act of declaring that one has a particular feeling or quality, especially when this is not the case.

his profession of delight rang hollow

an open but often false declaration or claim.

a profession of allegiance

Example Of profession

  • a profession of allegiance

  • a barrister by profession

  • A direct profession of faith would be insufficiently impure, a denial of the brownness of real life.

  • a lawyer by profession

  • A qualified nurse by profession , Annemarie had put in 16 years of service in various hospitals in Germany.


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