deep

deeps

Substantiv
an especially deep part of a sea or ocean

Synonymer

geologi
deep
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deep

deeper

deepest

deepest

Adjektiv
marked by depth of thinking ;having great spatial extension or penetration; ;very distant in time or space ;relatively thick from top to bottom
  • "deep snow"
  • "a deep trance"
  • "deep emotion"
  • "deep concentration"
  • "a deep sigh"
  • "a deep breath"
  • "a face in deep shadow"
  • "a deep dark secret"
  • "deep night"
  • "a deep voice"
  • "a deep metaphysical theory"
  • "Queen Victoria was in deep mourning for the rest of her life"
  • "The lake was very deep"
  • "in a deep sleep"
  • "deep thoughts"
  • "a deep allegory"
  • "deep carpets"
  • "a deep space probe"
  • "deep in the woods"
  • "deep in enemy territory"
  • "deep in the past"
  • "waist-deep"
  • "a deep closet )"
  • "deep pressure receptors in muscles )"
  • "deep massage"
  • "a deep casserole )"
  • "deep water"
  • "a deep dive"
  • "He had a fine deep bass voice"
extreme
  • "deep happiness"
  • "in deep trouble"

Synonymer

strong; intense
  • "deep purple"

Synonymer

large in quantity or size
  • "deep cuts in the budget"

Synonymer

deep

Adverb
  • "went deep into the woods"
  • "penetrated deep into enemy territory"
  • "deep into the night"
  • "dug deep"
  • "dived deeply"

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