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Deep

Antonyms for deep:

explicable, little, colorless, pale, shallow, dull, superficial, artless, exoteric, mild, narrow, light.

Synonyms for deep:

dark (adjective)

mystifying.

deep (adjective)

fathomless, inmost, abysmal, profound, sunken, bottomless.

different (adjective)

unusual.

emotional (adjective)

soulful.

extending very far, usually down (adjective)

low, abyssal, rooted, distant, abysmal, broad, wide, profound, bottomless, deep-seated, inmost, far, fathomless.

intensive (adjective)

in depth.

large (adjective)

cavernous.

reflective (adjective)

philosophical.

resonant (adjective)

plangent.

sensitive (adjective)

soulful.

unfathomable (adjective)

abyssal, unplumbed.

well-informed (adjective)

learned.

all (adverb)

deeply, late.

completely, intensely (adverb)

seriously, acutely, profoundly.

Sense 3

personal, burning, gulf.

Sense 4

casual, depth, raw, breathless.

Sense 5

tower, seriously, substantial.

Sense 9

broken, choke.

Sense 18

stand.

ardent

passionate.

cordial

hearty.

deep-water

deep water.

husky

throaty.

inmost

innermost.

intense

intense, concentrated, fierce.

ocean floor

sea bottom.

sincere

heartfelt.

striking

impressive.

throaty

guttural.

vivid

lurid.

Sense 5 (noun)

come down, fathom, knee-deep, bottommost.

Sense 6 (noun)

indrawn, choke, pulmonary, breathless, heavily, chesty, bronchial, labored.

Sense 10 (noun)

alto, contralto.

Sense 11 (noun)

gulf, abysm, depth.

deep (noun)

colorful, incomprehensible, inscrutable, mysterious, low-pitched, late, large, cryptical, deep water, heavy, abstruse, esoteric, recondite, in depth, abyssal, cryptic, abysmal, wide, profound, bottomless, rich, deeply, low, walk-in, artful, intense, thick, big, unsounded, unfathomed, sound, colourful, trench, wakeless, mystifying, unplumbed, oceanic abyss, bass, broad, inexplicable, distant.

ocean (noun)

sea, main, ocean, brink, brine.

pit (noun)

chasm, abyss, cavity, well, bottomless pit, pit, crater, shaft, crevasse.

the sea (noun)

ocean, brine, main.

Usage examples for deep:

  • " That's just what I meant," declared Mrs. Cartwright, taking a deep breath. - "The Disturbing Charm", Berta Ruck.
  • It was in such a deep sleep that it almost seemed as if it were already dead. - "Little Frankie on a Journey", Madeline Leslie.
  • You're deep in it? - "Mr. Waddington of Wyck", May Sinclair.

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