pro·fi·te·or[1]

  1. confess
  2. offer
  3. profess
  4. promise
  5. to acknowledge
  6. to confess
  7. to declare oneself
  8. to declare publicly
  9. to make a public statement
  10. to take a monastic oath

Synonyms for profiteor

  • annuoapprove, consent, designate, favor, give assent to, grant, promise, to allow, to give assent, to nod
  • confessusacknowledge, admit, own up, to confess
  • confiteoracknowledge, admit, own up, to confess
  • deferocarry down, communicate, offer, refer, to bear, to bring, to carry, to hand over
  • doconvey, donate, furnish, offer, to give
  • exhibeoallow, cause, deliver, display, offer, show, to produce, to sustain
  • exibeoallow, cause, display, offer, show, to produce
  • fateoradmit, allow, make known, reveal, to confess
  • fidesassurance, belief, confidence, engagement, faith, lyre, promise, protection, reliance, string, trust, trustworthiness, truth, word of honor
  • offeroexpose, offer, place before, present, to bring forward

Similar to profiteor

  • proficioaccomplish, aid, assist, be of use, be tageous, ce, help, to go on, to make progress
  • proficiscorarise, depart, march, set out, to arise, to depart, to start forward, to travel
  • proficuusarise, depart, set out, to start forward
  • progrediorce, go out, proceed, to go forth, to march forward
  • promereormerit, to deserve, to earn
  • confiteoracknowledge, admit, own up, to confess
  • proavusgreat
  • probabiliscredible
  • probabiliterwith credibility
  • probaturexamine, from probo, test, to judge