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Extending far down
“On the left side of the trail was a deep ravine, dropping abruptly from the roadbed.”
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(sometimes figuratively) Voluminous in nature
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“Perhaps somebody with deep pockets can help me get out of this financial mess I'm in.”
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Extending far back
“The shelves of the bookcase were quite deep, ideal for storing large encyclopedias.”
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(of an emotion or feeling) Intensely felt
“Strasberg realized that Marilyn's sweetness masked a deep rage, and he worked with her to unpack her emotions.”
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Significant in degree or intensity
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“His decision to quit as director was a deep blow to the company.”
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Profound in awareness or understanding
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“Scott was a deep thinker who believed he had found the secret to succeeding even in the face of failure.”
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(deep in, of a state or activity) Fully absorbed or involved in
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“He lay in his bed, deep in thought, pondering the future that was to come.”
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Difficult to comprehend
“If you're willing to go down the rabbit hole, you'll unearth some deep issues lurking within this organization.”
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Having a veiled or uncertain meaning
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“The lyrics in this song are so deep and open to interpretation.”
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Having considerable reach
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“It is imperative that you understand that the decisions you make will have deep consequences.”
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(of sound or voice) Low in pitch and full in tone
“Barry used his deep voice to convince his girlfriend that he couldn't get enough of her love.”
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(of colour) Dark and highly saturated
“The company's website uses deep shades of blue to represent trust and confidence.”
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Located out of sight
Deep within the town's Department of Energy laboratory, scientists were conducting bizarre experiments.”
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(of a measurement) Extending a specified distance from the top, surface, or outer edge
“The far end of the pool is approximately twelve feet deep.”
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Far away in time
“Christina explored her deep past and realized that Brad had wronged her.”
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Producing or capable of producing significant noise
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A hefty amount or abundant
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Following carefully and exactly a set of rules
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Most intimate or private
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(of knowledge) Characterized by an attention to detail or thoroughness
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Deep in sound
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Having significant importance or value
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Deep, resonant in sound
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Having an inclination to secrecy
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Having many sides
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Based on abstract reasoning
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Of a comestible, especially a beverage, having a rich flavor
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Full of substance or interest
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Being alert or on top of things by paying close attention
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Rich, mellow and carefully articulated, especially with an upper-class accent
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Situated near to, or below, the ground, the horizon, or sea level
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Relating to the one's inner being, spirit or character
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As a measurement of width
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Communicating something that is not directly expressed
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(of sleep) Deep and undisturbed in nature
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Sly, cunning, full of tricks
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Too long
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New, radical and extreme
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Below ground, under the earth, underground
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Having a melodious or harmonious sound
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Expressing or involving deep thought
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Thoroughly scrutinizing or inquisitive, especially in a disconcerting way
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Past the level of being elementary
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Densely filled or covered with
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Located below or lower down
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Tactile
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(of thought or planning) Careful or thorough in nature
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(of colours) Somber or dull
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Confronting or thought-provoking in nature
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The best of its kind or class
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Presented in vividly shocking or sensational terms
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Loudly vigorous and cheerful
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Essential, as an element, principle, or law
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Having or showing a calm attitude towards disappointments or difficulties
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Too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words
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Resembling or suggestive of death
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Relating to or affecting the senses rather than the intellect