Definition of "profite" [profite]

  • A Middle English form of prophet. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "profite" in a sentence
  • "In the whiche although copious and aboundaunte eloquence wanteth, to adorne and beau - tifie thesame, yet I doubte not for the profite, that is in this my trauaile conteined, your honour indued with all singuler humanitie, will vouchsaufe to accepte my willyng harte, my profitable purpose herein."
  • "My suitcase is packed, the floor is swept, et je profite, * taking advantage of the two hours that remain until check-out time."
  • "Giens peninsula = seaside town near Hyères; et je profite = and I take advantage; le marais (m) = marsh; la plage (f) = beach; nommé (verb nommer) = named; Overkill (hamster wheel) = work, when unbalanced with life"