Synonyme von profess
to claim (something as true), often falsely`I don't know,' he replied, professing innocence.
He claimed that it was a conspiracy against him.
The accused is alleged to have killed a man.
He pretended to be asleep.
fake, , ,
He faked nonchalance.
a book that purports to tell the whole truth
You can't feign interest in something you loathe.
act as if,
I let on that I knew more than I really did.
to acknowledge openlyHe professed that he was content with the arrangements.
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
A huge proportion of them admit to regularly breaking the laws of the road.
The couple were planning to announce their engagement.
Prosecutors maintain that no deal was made.
I can confirm that the area is now in rebel hands.
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
I acknowledge that I made a mistake.
I must confess I'm not a great sports enthusiast.
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
`The place is a dump,' she affirmed.
They have certified the document as genuine.
a public statement avowing neutrality
Her friends aver that men find her fascinating.
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in the sense of acknowledge
to recognize or admit the truth of a statementI acknowledge that I made a mistake.
in the sense of admit
to confess or acknowledge (a crime or mistake)A huge proportion of them admit to regularly breaking the laws of the road.
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