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Definition of "self-professed" []

  • Avowed or acknowledged by oneself (adjective)

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Use "self-professed" in a sentence
  • "Another university is bringing Christine O'Donnell's self-professed education history into question Wednesday, as Claremont Graduate University, a school that the Delaware Senate candidate claims she attended, has told Talking Points Memo that they have no record of her being there."
  • "Hugh Jackman's singing and dancing talents, not to mention his self-professed love of Broadway showtunes, have led many in Hollywood to speculate about the married "X-Men" hunk's real-life sexuality."
  • "Kim is a self-professed "neat freak" who really could be diagnosed as obsessive compulsive when it comes to order around the house."
  • "Kim is a self-professed "neat freak" who really could be diagnosed as obsessive compulsive when it comes to order around the house."
  • "Also on the same day is self-professed Twilight fan Adam Lambert."