deep

Adjective
  • Relatively deep or strong
    Affecting one deeply (synset 300696211)
  • Having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center
    Sometimes used in combination (synset 300693335)
Noun
  • The central and most intense or profound part (synset 115292202)
  • A long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor (synset 109484445)
  • Literary term for an ocean (synset 109286717)
Adverb
  • To a great depth
    Far down or in (synset 400306956)
  • To an advanced time (synset 400307214)
  • To a great distance (synset 400307076)
Adjective
  • Marked by depth of thinking (synset 301879131)
  • Very distant in time or space (synset 300447971)
  • Intense or extreme (synset 301515033)
  • Having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range (synset 301218606)
  • Strong
    Intense (synset 300404462)
  • Relatively thick from top to bottom (synset 302419779)
  • Extending relatively far inward (synset 302572121)
  • (of darkness) densely dark (synset 301517859)
  • Large in quantity or size (synset 301387980)
  • With head or back bent low (synset 301209588)
  • Of an obscure nature (synset 300942713)
  • Difficult to penetrate
    Incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge (synset 300902519)
  • Exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy (synset 300150388)

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