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deep

(Down), adjective at the lowest point, below, below floor level, below ground level, below the floor, below the ground, beneath, under grade, under the ground, underground, underneath
Associated concepts: declaration against interest, declaraaion of a dividend, declaration of a trust, in deep trouble with the law, searching deep into the evidence of a case, self-serving declaration

deep

(Profound), adjective abstruse, astute, erudite, esoteric, intellectual, intellectually profound, penetrating, perceptive, philosophical, recondite, sagacious, sage, scholarly, thoughtful, wise
Associated concepts: deep constituted interpretation
See also: abstruse, broad, capacious, esoteric, extensive, incomprehensible, ingrained, intense, obscure, profound, recondite, sapient
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Conservatives on Calderdale Council will continue to defend the interests of motorists and small businesses and we will not rest until these deeply unpopular charges introduced by Labour are removed.
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They are both deeply shocked and at this time we have agreed that they will not comment about the circumstances.
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How do we, as preachers, create a preaching experience where this message of grace, which so profoundly moved Luther and many throughout history, deeply enters into the hearts of our communities--and, perhaps most important, ourselves?
Out of a sense of compelling obligation, I have been deeply involved in the life and work of Americans United.
Its roots grow deeply into the earth, making it incredibly grounded.
Likewise, religious conservatives see progressives as a threat to the deeply held tenets of their faith who would seek to silence their own beliefs in the public discourse and compromise them when faced with religious diversity.
Adding insult to injury, the article then labels the tone of my remarks on this subject as "anti-Catholic"--a characterization hat I find both deeply offensive and outrageously irresponsible.
She has had friends, but none who have really, truly, deeply understood her--not until she met Pia.