Another word for deep
Situated or extending far down
low, below, beneath, profound, bottomless, submerged, subterranean, submarine, inmost, deep-seated, rooted, deep-rooted, abysmal, extending far downward, fathomless, sunk, deep-set, subaqueous, immersed, dark, dim, unfathomed, impenetrable, buried, inward, underground, underwater, downreaching, of great depth, depthless, immeasurable, yawning; see also under 1.
Antonyms shallow*, near the surface, surface.
Extending laterally or vertically
*Difficult to penetrate or understand
Low in pitch
Another word for deepadjective
Extending far downward or inward from a surface:abysmal, profound. See surface
Beyond the understanding of an average mind:abstruse, esoteric, profound, recondite. (Slang) heavy. See easy, surface
Having one's thoughts fully occupied:absorbed, intent, preoccupied, rapt. Idiom: wrapped up in. See awareness, excite
Resulting from or affecting one's innermost feelings:intense, profound, strong. See strong, surface
Being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations:alto, bass, contralto, low, low-pitched. See sounds