depth of thought

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He possessed a good figure, a pleasing face, not overburdened with depth of thought or feeling; and his dress was that of the conventional man of fashion.
Your story, you know, showed such breadth, and vigor, such maturity and depth of thought.
In our bodies, a bold projecting brow falls off to and indicates a corresponding depth of thought.
But sometimes, I believe, she really had some little gratification in conversing with me; and one bright February morning, during twenty minutes' stroll along the moor, she laid aside her usual asperity and reserve, and fairly entered into conversation with me, discoursing with so much eloquence and depth of thought and feeling on a subject happily coinciding with my own ideas, and looking so beautiful withal, that I went home enchanted; and on the way
The effect of any writing on the public mind is mathematically measurable by its depth of thought.
I have succeeded," replied the artist, with a momentary light of triumph in his eyes and a smile of sunshine, yet steeped in such depth of thought that it was almost sadness.
Her canvases are distinguished by a soft color and depth of thought.
On the contrary, it is most often borne out of a person's strengths - feelings of empathy, compassion, depth of thought and sensitivity.
Most of his supporters it seems have the same failings, hence they continue to support him despite all the somersaults he has performed since taking office--no permanence or depth of thought.
As we have seen in the run-up to Brexit and now the American presidential campaign, politics has become more about entertainment and scandal than about depth of thought or real engagement with issues.
Hence the considerable depth of thought that's clearly gone into a sense of style reflective of brand values both old and new.