Professed and Supposed


Professed adjective - Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.

Supposed is a synonym for professed. In some cases you can use "Supposed" instead an adjective "Professed".


Supposed adjective - Appearing to be true on the basis of evidence that may or may not be confirmed.
Usage example: this new computer program is a supposed improvement over the old one

Professed is a synonym for supposed. You can use "Professed" instead an adjective "Supposed".

Nearby Words: supposition, supposedly, supposing

Both words in one sentence

  • Comic Book / Crossed The War on Straw: The series, as mentioned above and below, is supposed to be a Take That to self-professed "zombie survivalists" and show how helpless they'd really be in such a situation.
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