Deep

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Definition

deep: profound, important, great, intense
adjective
I have a deep understanding of statistical mathematics. I have a profound understand of this topic.

the deepest: the most profound, the greatest, the most important
adjective

Examples

  • "Though the details of Stink's gruesome murder are still hazy, I'm sure that you understand my deep and pervasive hatred for you, and by extension, all things British."
  • "Excuse my French, but that means we're in deep )(• #$."
  • "Deep Blue Lounge, 992 Valencia Street"
  • "Well, technically yes, she was, but let's look deeper."
  • "Expect strange shapes, serious faces, and deep meanings."
  • "Back in Europe, deep inside the French countryside!"
  • "Your performance on memory tests has impressed me from afar, and truly, when you checked the box marked 'No need to review', it was then that I realized I could no longer keep my deep admiration for you a secret."
  • "When we crossed paths in the corridor last month, I felt something deep in my bosom. At first I thought it was destiny, but now I realize it was your hand touching me inappropriately."
  • "If you don't mind, I'm going to ask you some basic questions about your childhood, and then we'll move on to examine some deeper issues."
  • "I've developed a deep understanding of human reactions, which makes me the ideal candidate to interact with customers in a professional, calm and composed fashion."

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