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deep-rooted

adjective deeply engrained, deeply immlanted, deeply manifest, engrained, ensconced, established, impeded, imprinted, manifest
Associated concepts: common law, precedence deep-rooted in the law
See also: chronic, inherent, inveterate, organic, stable, underlying
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Her answers to those questions are derived most conclusively from evidence emanating from the county of Cheshire and, in a series of case studies, Maltby demonstrates the social range and deep-rootedness of conformism in country parishes.
The effect of this upon the majority of those who have joined in congregational singing cannot be recovered, but its deep-rootedness and penetrative force may be surmised from the tenacious hold of hymns upon the sensibility of such a writer as D.
Suggesting a futile effort to solve that problem, Appelt's late photography implicitly only confirms its intractable deep-rootedness.
Organicist architecture manifests cultural stability, deep-rootedness and conservatism.
The film shows the young director's vision of Damascus, its colors, noise, deep-rootedness, elegance and childhood far from the tourist classifications, as it filmed corners that one is unaware of in the Syrian capital although they pass before our eyes over and over.
The SAF Museum is filled with a variety of military antiques and objects, representing the development march of the Sultan's Armed Forces and the care attached by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, characterized in the scripts, models and historical weapons that narrate the deep-rootedness of the Omani military history.
LATTAKIA, (SANA)- Minister of Information, Omran al-Zoubi, on Sunday stressed that the aggression against Syria is doomed to failure no matter how long it lasts and regardless of its cost thanks to the Syrians' belief and their cultural deep-rootedness.