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to claim or allege insincerely or falsely

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practice as a profession, teach, or claim to be knowledgeable about

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confess one's faith in, or allegiance to

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admit (to a wrongdoing)

state freely

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receive into a religious order or congregation

take vows, as in religious order

state insincerely

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Shawkat Shami Fine Jewelry Salon and AGA Profess Graphics signed an agreement to provide all the necessary advertising and PR services that the salon will need.
Summary: A 22-year-old Taiwanese man who stabbed a nurse during a bungled robbery last week has been arrested after returning to the crime scene to profess his love for her, police said Monday.
They profess to have warm relations with the Afghan government.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Profess your love, then pack your bags.
A growing culture of radical secularism declares that the nation cannot profess the truths on which it was founded," Gingrich said.
What I find annoying is there appears to be a rash of so-called experts, people who have never run a competitive grand prix team, who profess to be so knowledgeable about what is and isn't right for Lewis," said Dennis.
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Unlike much of Protestantism, Rome is innately suspicious of feelings and enthusiasms; still, I can report that my predominant feeling was of a homecoming, of responding to a bell I had long heard toll, of taking my place at a table that had long been set, of finding spiritual companionship among those unashamed to profess the faith of the fathers.
You show the world you're not living by the principles you profess to believe in, and you Lose all credibility,'
Whether or not you agree with all of Essentials' views or actions, it is an organization that is committed to renewal based on the faith that we all profess each Sunday in the creeds, and proclaim in the gospel of Christ crucified.
Catholics have been saying the Nicene Creed at the Eucharist for over 1,000 years--in part to simply profess our faith together, and in part, Johnson says, to provide a rule of faith (how we should read our scripture and identify ourselves as Christians); to provide a definition of faith (marking the boundaries of Christian belief and community); and to provide a symbol of faith (a recognizable sign and an affirmation of the shared Christian story).
In its exploration of love, trust, communication and forgiveness, Grace speaks to our propensity for self-delusion that cripples our relationship with ourselves and with those we profess to care deeply about.
Currently, 60 percent of the population is overweight even though we profess to be health conscious.
You'll be in good company if you use it too - the sartorially avant-garde Sophie Ellis Bextor and Gwyneth Paltrow profess to using it to highlight their peepers.
Although we don't profess to be technology geniuses, it did take us a while to figure out the proper way to hold the camera.