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Another word for deep

  1. Extending far downward or inward from a surface

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  2. Beyond the understanding of an average mind

  3. Having one's thoughts fully occupied

  4. Resulting from or affecting one's innermost feelings

      1. Physically powerful; capable of exerting great physical force.
      2. Marked by great physical power:
      3. In good or sound health; robust:
      1. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
      2. Deeply felt or held; intense:
      3. Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
      1. Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
      2. Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
      3. Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
  5. Being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations

      1. Low in tone or tonal range.
      2. Having a moderate slope:
      1. Having little relative height; not high or tall:
      2. Rising only slightly above surrounding surfaces:
      3. Near to the ground or the horizon:
      1. The lowest female voice or voice part, intermediate in range between soprano and tenor.
      2. A woman having a contralto voice.
      1. Any of various North American freshwater fishes of the family Centrarchidae, especially the largemouth bass and the smallmouth bass.
      2. Any of various marine fishes especially of the families Serranidae and Moronidae, and including the sea basses and the striped bass.
      1. A low female singing voice; a contralto.
      2. A countertenor.
      3. The range between soprano and tenor.
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  1. Something of immeasurable and vast extent

      1. A large area of a sea or ocean partially enclosed by land, especially a long landlocked portion of sea opening through a strait.
      2. A deep, wide chasm; an abyss.
      3. A wide gap, as in understanding:
      1. The condition or quality of being deep.
      2. The extent, measurement, or dimension downward, backward, or inward:
      3. The measurement or sense of distance from an observation point, such as linear perspective in painting.
      1. A deep, steep-sided opening in the earth's surface; an abyss or gorge.
      2. A sudden interruption of continuity; a gap.
      3. A pronounced difference of opinion, interests, or loyalty.
      1. An immeasurably deep chasm, depth, or void:
      2. In the book of Genesis, the primeval Chaos out of which earth and sky were formed.
      3. The abode of evil spirits; hell.
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Another word for deep

  1. Situated or extending far down

  2. Extending laterally or vertically

  3. Strongly felt

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  4. *Difficult to penetrate or understand

  5. Low in pitch


    go off the deep end

  1. have a breakdown, lose control, become irresponsible, become insane;