The practitioners of such an occupation collectively.
A promise or vow made on entering a religious order.
From Middle English professioun, from Anglo-Norman professioun, Old French profession ("declaration of faith, religious vows, occupation"), from Latin professiō ("avowal, public declaration"), from the participle stem of profitērī.
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