profession[ pruh-fesh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF profession
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROFESSION
Finally he disappeared, and, as it seems, embraced the profession of a sailor.
This Niebuhr, who was a surveyor by profession, was a young man who deserves our admiration.
Mr. Wing is an American-born Chinese and practises the profession of a valet.
This profession of ours is a big one, but you know its jealousies.
You belong to the profession, and know what would be the consequence if I did so.
Young Hiram had no patience with one's profession as a topic of conversation.
He believed in it, but not being rich, raced as a profession, honestly and squarely.
The only thing I am sure about him is that he is doing well in his profession.
What is true in medicine applies also to the profession of law.
He does not turn from one profession because there is money in another.