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Deep Definition

(adjective)

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of an obscure nature


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a deep dark secret

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(adjective)

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(of darkness) densely dark


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a face in deep shadow

deep night

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(adverb)

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to an advanced time


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deep into the night

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(adjective)

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difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge


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a deep metaphysical theory

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(adjective)

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strong; intense


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deep purple

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(noun)

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a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor

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(adjective)

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having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range


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a deep voice

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(adverb)

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to a great depth; far down or in


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dived deeply

dug deep

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(adjective)

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exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy


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deep political machinations

a deep plot

(adjective)

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extending relatively far inward


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a deep border

(adjective)

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having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination


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a deep well

a deep dive

deep water

a deep casserole

a deep gash

deep massage

deep pressure receptors in muscles

deep shelves

a deep closet

surrounded by a deep yard

hit the ball to deep center field

in deep space

waist-deep

(adjective)

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intense or extreme


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in deep trouble

deep happiness

(adjective)

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large in quantity or size


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deep cuts in the budget

(noun)

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literary term for an ocean


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denizens of the deep

(adjective)

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marked by depth of thinking


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deep thoughts

a deep allegory

(adjective)

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relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply


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a deep breath

a deep sigh

deep concentration

deep emotion

a deep trance

in a deep sleep

(adjective)

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relatively thick from top to bottom


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deep carpets

deep snow

(noun)

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the central and most intense or profound part


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in the deep of night

in the deep of winter

(adjective)

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very distant in time or space


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deep in the past

deep in enemy territory

deep in the woods

a deep space probe

(adjective)

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with head or back bent low


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a deep bow

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to a great distance


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penetrated deep into enemy territory

went deep into the woods