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See definition of profession on Dictionary.com
  • nounline of work requiring academic or practical preparation
  • noundeclaration

synonyms for profession

  • art
  • business
  • career
  • craft
  • employment
  • field
  • line of work
  • occupation
  • pursuit
  • role
  • situation
  • specialty
  • undertaking
  • avocation
  • berth
  • billet
  • biz
  • calling
  • concern
  • dodge
  • engagement
  • game
  • handicraft
  • lifework
  • line
  • office
  • position
  • post
  • service
  • slot
  • sphere
  • thing
  • trade
  • vocation
  • chosen work
  • métier
  • rat race
  • walk of life
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antonyms for profession

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  • entertainment
  • recreation
  • surrender
  • unemployment
  • fun
  • pastime
  • hobby
  • quiet
  • silence
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How to use profession in a sentence

Zuckerman said he and Antonen also bonded over the joys of raising young sons and the challenges of doing so while in a profession that sometimes requires long stretches on the road.
FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES MOURN THE LOSS OF MEL ANTONEN, LONGTIME MLB REPORTERSCOTT ALLENFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I can’t think of many other professions where you have the chance to work with a small team where everyone is from a different part of the world.
THE FUTURE OF MATERNITY WORKWEAR IS ALL IN THE DETAILSRACHEL KINGJANUARY 31, 2021FORTUNE
My hands are my profession, just like the NBA players’ hands are their profession.
NBA PLAYERS SHOULD WAIT ON VACCINATION AND RAMP UP ADVOCACY, EXPERTS SAYBEN GOLLIVERJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Invite, of course, is steeped in topical humor, and I’d think there’d be ways to incorporate current events into your song, depending on what profession you choose to write about.
STYLE CONVERSATIONAL WEEK 1420: BACK TO THE VOCAL POINTPAT MYERSJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He spent several years as a professional racecar driver until 2005, when he left the profession to become a Capitol Police officer.
CAPITOL POLICE CHIEF SUND HAS STEPPED DOWN; EMBATTLED AGENCY REPORTS ANOTHER OFFICER DEATHALLISON KLEIN, REBECCA TANJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Whatever the case may be, it’s clear that in science—as in many other professions—glass can form a pretty durable ceiling.
20 THINGS THAT WENT STRANGELY, WONDERFULLY RIGHT IN 2020CLEAF2013DECEMBER 31, 2020FORTUNE
Creators in the medical profession have chronicled their experiences with the vaccine shots in real time across social media.
VACCINES ARE THE LATEST BATTLEGROUND FOR DOCTORS ON SOCIAL MEDIAABBY OHLHEISERDECEMBER 28, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
It also provides all of this via a mobile platform — key for people in a profession that often has them on the move.
AVENUE 8 RAISES $4M TO REBUILD THE TRADITIONAL REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE MODELINGRID LUNDENDECEMBER 18, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Now, you might assume that most people who choose medicine as a profession do so in part because they are compassionate.
HOW DO YOU CURE A COMPASSION CRISIS? (EP. 444)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 17, 2020FREAKONOMICS
Our profession can also start toward a laboratory science career at an entry level with a bit less education and clinical training – even as a technician, which requires only a 2-year associate’s medical laboratory technician degree.
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WORDS RELATED TO PROFESSION

  • acceptance
  • accession
  • acquiescence
  • admission
  • admitting
  • affirmation
  • allowance
  • allowing
  • assent
  • assertion
  • asservation
  • avowal
  • compliance
  • conceding
  • concession
  • concurrence
  • confession
  • confirmation
  • corroboration
  • declaration
  • profession
  • ratification
  • realization
  • recognition
  • yielding
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