What is the opposite of deeply?

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Adverb
Opposite of to a deep, complete, and intense extent
Adverb
Opposite of in a hearty manner
Adverb
Opposite of very much
Adverb
Opposite of denoting a close relationship between two or more individuals
“We've only met a couple of times and we only know each other vaguely.”
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Opposite of in a loud manner
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Opposite of in a sincere or genuine way
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Opposite of in a tender or affectionate way
“If they sense that I will judge them harshly, they will stop being honest with me.”
Adverb
(shallowly) Opposite of adverb for extending far down
“On the left side of the trail was a shallow ravine, dropping slightly from the roadbed.”
Adverb
(flatly) Opposite of adverb for extending far down
“The hike was easy as the trail remained flat for miles on end.”
Adverb
(sometimes figuratively) Opposite of adverb for voluminous in nature
“It was only a small room that could barely fit the four of us, but it would have to do for now.”
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Opposite of adverb for extending far back
“The shelves of the bookcase were quite narrow and impractical for storing large encyclopedias.”
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Opposite of adverb for profound in awareness or understanding
“Owen only ever engaged in superficial thoughts and ideas that were shaped by the mainstream.”
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(deep in, of a state or activity) Opposite of adverb for fully absorbed or involved in
“My mind wandered, and I was completely unfocused on the issues being discussed.”
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Opposite of adverb for having a veiled or uncertain meaning
“She usually just sings simple love songs with unambiguous lyrics.”
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(of sound or voice) Opposite of adverb for low in pitch and full in tone
“Mariah used her shrill voice to convince her dream boyfriend to come and rescue her.”
Adverb
(of colour) Opposite of adverb for dark and highly saturated
“The company's website uses light shades of blue to represent freedom and inspiration.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for located out of sight
“The monument was deliberately erected in the center of the town to be exposed in all its glory.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for far away in time
“One only needs to look at his recent history to find evidence of negligence.”
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