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deep definition

  • adjective:
    • 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:
    • Thick.
    • Voluminous.
    • 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.
    • Profound; comprehensive; total; unmixed; intense; heavy; heartfelt
    • Strongly colored; dark; intense; maybe not light or thin.
    • Of low tone; full-toned; not high or razor-sharp; grave; heavy.
    • Muddy; boggy; sandy; -- said of roads.
    • powerful; intense
    • reasonably deep or strong; influencing one profoundly
    • very remote over time or space
    • exhibiting great cunning often with secrecy
    • large in quantity or size
    • severe
    • tough to enter; incomprehensible to one of ordinary comprehension or knowledge
    • of an obscure nature
    • having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inwards from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; occasionally used in combination
    • reasonably dense throughout
    • marked by level of thinking
    • with head or right back bent low
    • having or denoting a reduced singing or instrumental range
    • expanding reasonably far inward
    • (of darkness) really intense
  • adverb:
    • To a great level; profoundly: dig deep; feelings that operate deeply.
    • Well along in time; belated: worked deep in to the evening.
    • Sports Close to the outer boundaries associated with area of play: played deep the first three innings; ran deep in their opponents' territory.
    • profoundly
    • To an excellent depth; with level; far-down; profoundly; deeply.
    • to a fantastic level;far down
    • to an advanced time
    • to a great distance
  • noun:
    • 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.
    • The ocean.
    • 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.
    • Any abyss.
    • 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
    • literary term for an ocean
    • the main & most intense or serious part
  • idiom:
    • deep down At base; fundamentally: deep-down, she was however a rebel.
    • in deep water In difficulty.
  • others:
    • 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.
    • Artful; contriving; plotting; insidious; designing: since, he's a-deep schemer.
    • Grave in sound; reduced in pitch: as, the deep tones of an organ.
    • Great in level; intense; extreme; profound: as, deep silence; deep darkness; deep grief; a-deep black.
    • Muddy; boggy; having much loose sand or earth: put on roads.
    • Heartfelt; serious; influencing.
    • Profound; thorough.
    • Late; advanced level eventually.
    • In reasoning, signifying a lot; having many predicates. See depth, 9.
    • Profoundly.
    • To become deep; deepen.
    • To go deeply; sink.
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