Extending far downward below a surface: a deep gap inside river ice.
expanding far inward from an outer area: a-deep slice.
Extending far backward from front to rear: a-deep walk-in fridge.
Extending definately not sideways from a center: a deep lawn surrounding your house.
far-distant down or perhaps in: deep inside forests.
originating from or penetrating to a depth: a-deep sigh.
Sports situated or taking place near the external boundaries of this section of play: deep left industry.
Extending a particular length in certain path: snowfall four legs deep.
Far distant over time or room: deep before.
tough to penetrate or comprehend; recondite: a-deep metaphysical theory.
Of a mysterious or obscure nature: a-deep key; old and deep tribal rites.
really learned or intellectual; sensible: a deep philosopher.
displaying great cunning or craft: deep political machinations.
Of a grave or severe nature: deep trouble; deepest deceit.
Very consumed or included: deep in thought; deep in financial hardships.
Profound in high quality or feeling: a-deep trance; deep devotion.
Rich and intense in color. Used of a color: a deep red.
Low in pitch; resonant: a deep sound.
Covered or encircled to a designated degree. Usually found in combination: waist-deep in liquid; ankle-deep in snowfall.
Large in amount or size; big: deep slices within the budget.
Sports Having an adequate few able reserve players: That staff is not very deep.
Having its bottom far down.
Profound, having great definition or import, but possibly obscure or otherwise not obvious.
To an important, not superficial, extent.
In degree in a direction out of the observer.
in many rows or levels:
Low in pitch.
black and extremely saturated.
a considerable ways inside; situated far in or straight back.
Sound, heavy (describing a state of rest from which you're not quickly awoken)
Immersed, submerged (in).
Extending far underneath the area; of great perpendicular measurement (measured from the surface downward, and distinguished from large, that will be calculated up); far on bottom; having a specific level.
Extending far back from the front side or exterior part; of great horizontal dimension (measured backwards through the front side or nearer part, lips, etc.)
reduced in circumstance; lying far underneath the general area.
challenging enter or comprehend; profound; -- in opposition to shallow or trivial; intricate; mystical; not obvious; obscure.
Of acute or far-reaching intellect; perhaps not shallow; completely competent; sagacious; cunning.
A deep place in land or perhaps in a body of water: drowned when you look at the deep for the lake.
an enormous, immeasurable level: the deep of space.
The degree of encompassing time or area; firmament.
the essential intense or severe component: the deep of night.
Nautical A distance determined in fathoms between successive marks on a sounding range.
(definition 1 above) section of a lake, sea, etc.
(uncommon) The deep (definition 2 above) element of a challenge.
: the sea, the sea
A fielding place close to the boundary.
whatever is deep, particularly deep-water, as sea or sea; an abyss; a fantastic depth.
That which is powerful, not quickly fathomed, or incomprehensible; a moral or religious depth or abyss.
That which is of good depth. Particularly
plural a-deep channel near a town: as, Memel Deeps, Prussia; Boston Deeps, near Boston, The united kingdomt.
A name provided by geographers to well-marked depressions into the ocean-bed greater than two thousand fathoms.
The sky; the unclouded heavens.
In coal-mining, the lowest an element of the mine, particularly the part below the base of the shaft, or even the levels extending therefrom.
Nautical, the length in fathoms between two successive marks on a lead-line: utilized in announcing soundings if the depth is higher than the mark under water and less compared to the one above it: as, because of the deep 4. See lead-line.
what is too profound or vast to-be fathomed or understood; a profound mystery.
Depth; distance downward or outward.
The middle point; the idea of best strength; the culmination.
a lengthy steep-sided depression into the ocean flooring
Having significant or great expansion downward, or perhaps in a direction viewed as analogous with downward.
As measured from standpoint: expanding far above; lofty: as, a deep sky.
As measured from without inward: expanding or entering far within; situated far within or toward the middle.
As measured through the front backward: long: as, a deep residence; a-deep lot.
Having (a particular) expansion as measured from surface downward or from the front side backwards: since, a mine 1,000 legs deep; an incident 12 inches long and 3 inches deep; a property 40 feet deep; a file of troops six deep.
Immersed; absorbed; engrossed; completely busy: as,deep in figures.
Closely included or implicated.
challenging get to underneath or foundation of; tough to enter or understand; not easily fathomed; serious; abstruse.
Sagacious; acute; serious: as, a man of deep insight.