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Lacking strength or vigor; weak:
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  1. Lacking strength or vigor; weak:
  2. Not adequately provided or equipped; short:
  3. Near to the ground or the horizon:
Impressive in style of speech:
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  1. Impressive in style of speech:
  2. Having a powerful, impressive sound; high-sounding
  3. Producing or capable of producing sound, esp. sound of full, deep, or rich quality; resonant
Situated at, extending to, or coming from a great depth; deep:
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  1. Situated at, extending to, or coming from a great depth; deep:
  2. Deeply felt or held; intense:
  3. Very deep or low
Nude, especially unclothed below the waist:
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  1. Nude, especially unclothed below the waist:
  2. Seeming to have no bottom; very deep, endless, etc.
  3. Extremely deep.
  1. Underwater
  2. Below the surface of a liquid
  3. Covered with water:
Hidden; secret:
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  1. Hidden; secret:
  2. Below ground, under the earth, underground
  3. Lying beneath the earth's surface; underground
Beneath the surface of the water; undersea.
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  1. Beneath the surface of the water; undersea.
  2. Being, living, used, or carried on beneath the surface of the water, esp. of the sea
  3. Thrown with or characterized by a low sidearm or underhand motion:
Located farthest within
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  1. Located farthest within
  2. Most intimate or secret; innermost
  3. The very deepest within; farthest from the surface or external part; innermost
  1. Implanted or firmly established.
  2. Deeply rooted; ingrained:
  3. Placed or originating far beneath the surface
Of or like an abyss; bottomless; unfathomable
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  1. Of or like an abyss; bottomless; unfathomable
  2. Very bad:
  3. Wretched to the point of despair; immeasurably bad
Too obscure or complicated to be understood.
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  1. Too obscure or complicated to be understood.
  2. Too deep to be fathomed or measured.
  3. Very deep (especially of water deeper than a lead line can measure); bottomless
(Informal) Utterly ruined; undone
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  1. (Informal) Utterly ruined; undone
  2. Sunken
Deeply set
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  1. Deeply set
  2. Firmly fixed
  3. Set deeply below a surface, as on a face
Found or occurring underwater:
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  1. Found or occurring underwater:
  2. Formed or adapted for underwater use or operation; submarine.
  3. Formed, living, or occurring under water
Plunged into or as if into a liquid
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  1. Plunged into or as if into a liquid
  2. (Biol.) Embedded in another organ
  3. (Bot.) Growing completely under water
Served without milk or cream:
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  1. Served without milk or cream:
  2. Reflecting only a small fraction of incident light; tending toward black:
  3. Having richness or depth:
Not clear or distinct in character; lacking definition, distinction, strength, etc.
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  1. Not clear or distinct in character; lacking definition, distinction, strength, etc.
  2. Emitting only a small amount of light; faint:
  3. Not bright; somewhat dark
Of unknown depth.
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  1. Of unknown depth.
  2. Not explored or understood.
That cannot be solved or understood; unfathomable; inscrutable
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  1. That cannot be solved or understood; unfathomable; inscrutable
  2. Impossible to penetrate or enter:
  3. (Physics) Having that property of matter by which two bodies are prevented from occupying the same space at the same time
Directed toward the inside; ingoing
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  1. Directed toward the inside; ingoing
  2. Subtle
  3. Of or belonging to the inner nature of a person; mental or spiritual
Hidden or concealed; clandestine:
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  1. Hidden or concealed; clandestine:
  2. Of or relating to an avant-garde movement or its films, publications, and art, usually privately produced and of special appeal and often concerned with social or artistic experiment.
  3. Occurring, working, placed, used, etc. beneath the surface of the earth
Of or having an asset that has a value less than its specified purchase price, as a stock option, or less than an outstanding loan against it, as a property
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  1. Of or having an asset that has a value less than its specified purchase price, as a stock option, or less than an outstanding loan against it, as a property
  2. Used or for use under water
  3. Being, placed, done, etc. beneath the surface of the water
Having no depth, or having a depth that is impossible to determine
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  1. Having no depth, or having a depth that is impossible to determine
  1. Vast
  2. Impossible to measure; limitless.
  3. That cannot be measured; boundless
That yawns or yawn.
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  1. That yawns or yawn.
  2. (Figuratively) Wide open.
  3. Gaping open; cavernous:
More distant than another:
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  1. More distant than another:
  2. Marked by political views of the most advanced or extreme nature:
  3. Far-seeing and comprehensive in thought or outlook:
Fully open or extended:
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  1. Fully open or extended:
  2. Having great extent or range; including much or many:
  3. To the side of or at a distance from a given boundary, limit, or goal:
Vulgar; ribald:
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  1. Vulgar; ribald:
  2. Wide in extent from side to side:
  3. Covering a wide scope; general:
That yawns or yawn.
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  1. That yawns or yawn.
  2. Gaping open; cavernous:
  3. (Figuratively) Wide open.
Keenly perceptive or understanding; acute:
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  1. Keenly perceptive or understanding; acute:
  2. Sharp; piercing
  3. Able or seeming to penetrate:
Coming from or going to a distance:
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  1. Coming from or going to a distance:
  2. Widely separated; far apart or far away in space or time
  3. Far apart in relationship:
Having component parts in a close, crowded state or arrangement; dense:
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  1. Having component parts in a close, crowded state or arrangement; dense:
  2. Heavy in form, build, or stature; thickset:
  3. Very noticeable; pronounced:
Containing something valuable in great quantity; fertile; productive
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  1. Containing something valuable in great quantity; fertile; productive
  2. Any of a large number of oily compounds that are widely found in plant and animal tissues and serve mainly as a reserve source of energy. In mammals, fat, or adipose tissue , is deposited beneath the skin and around the internal organs, where it also protects and insulates against heat loss. Fat is a necessary, efficient source of energy. An ounce of fat contains more than twice as much stored energy as does an ounce of protein or carbohydrates and is digested more slowly, resulting in the sensation of satiety after eating. It also enhances the taste, aroma, and texture of food. Fats are made chiefly of triglycerides, each molecule of which contains three fatty acids. Dietary fat supplies humans with essential fatty acids, such as linoleic acid and linolenic acid . Fat also regulates cholesterol metabolism and is a precursor of prostaglandins .
  3. Containing or full of fat; oily, greasy, etc.
Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
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  1. Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
  2. Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
  3. Deeply felt; profound:
With or expressive of deep feeling; sincere
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  1. With or expressive of deep feeling; sincere
  2. Deeply or sincerely felt; earnest.
Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true:
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  1. Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true:
  2. Being the same in actual character as in outward appearance; genuine; real
  3. Not feigned or affected; genuine:
Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
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  1. Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
  2. Intensely felt
  3. Deeply felt or held; intense:
Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
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  1. Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
  2. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
  3. Deeply felt or held; intense:
Difficult to understand; recondite:
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  1. Difficult to understand; recondite:
  2. Hard to understand because of being extremely complex, intellectually demanding, highly abstract, etc.; deep; recondite
Having unknown qualities
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  1. Having unknown qualities
  2. Arousing wonder or curiosity, especially by being difficult to explain or understand:
  3. Of, relating to, or being a religious mystery:
Dealing with abstruse or difficult subjects
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  1. Dealing with abstruse or difficult subjects
  2. Not easily understood; abstruse or obscure:
  3. Obscure or concealed
Low in pitch.
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  1. Low in pitch.
  2. Having a deep tone.
  3. Of, for, or having the range of a bass
Deep and slow sounding.
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Of or like an abyss; bottomless; unfathomable
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  1. Of or like an abyss; bottomless; unfathomable
  2. Wretched to the point of despair; immeasurably bad
  3. Very profound; limitless:
Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
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  1. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
  2. Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
  3. Deeply felt or held; intense:
Difficult to understand; recondite:
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  1. Difficult to understand; recondite:
  2. Hard to understand because of being extremely complex, intellectually demanding, highly abstract, etc.; deep; recondite
Relating to or being a small group with specialized knowledge or interests:
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  1. Relating to or being a small group with specialized knowledge or interests:
  2. Intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest, or an enlightened inner circle.
  3. Having to do with concepts that are highly theoretical and without obvious practical application; often with mystical or religious connotations.
Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
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  1. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
  2. Intensely felt
  3. Deeply felt or held; intense:
Obscure or concealed
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  1. Obscure or concealed
  2. Dealing with abstruse or difficult subjects
  3. Not easily understood; abstruse or obscure:
Not easily borne; oppressive:
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  1. Not easily borne; oppressive:
  2. Too dense or rich to digest easily:
  3. Lacking vitality; deficient in vivacity or grace:
Something that has been absorbed, taken in, engulfed, imbibed, or assimilated. [First attested in the mid 18th century.]
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  1. Something that has been absorbed, taken in, engulfed, imbibed, or assimilated. [First attested in the mid 18th century.]
  2. Taken in, sucked up, assimilated, etc.
  3. Greatly interested; wholly occupied
Firmly fixed; concentrated:
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  1. Firmly fixed; concentrated:
  2. Having the attention applied; engrossed:
  3. Having the mind and will focused on a specific purpose:
Concerned with something else; distracted; giving one's attention elsewhere.
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  1. Concerned with something else; distracted; giving one's attention elsewhere.
  2. Absorbed in thought; engrossed.
  3. Absorbed in one's thoughts
Deeply absorbed; engrossed:
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  1. Deeply absorbed; engrossed:
  2. (Now Rare) Carried away in body or spirit (to heaven, etc.)
  3. Completely absorbed or engrossed (in meditation, study, etc.)
Occurring or existing in a high degree; very strong; violent, extreme, sharp, vivid, etc.
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  1. Occurring or existing in a high degree; very strong; violent, extreme, sharp, vivid, etc.
  2. Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
  3. Deeply felt; profound:
Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
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  1. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding:
  2. Intensely felt
  3. Deeply felt or held; intense:
Having force or rapidity of motion:
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  1. Having force or rapidity of motion:
  2. Clear and loud:
  3. Powerfully effective:
Of, for, or having the range of an alto
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  1. Of, for, or having the range of an alto
Of, for, or having the range of a bass
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  1. Of, for, or having the range of a bass
  2. Having a deep tone.
  3. Low in pitch.
Of, for, or having the range of a contralto
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  1. Of, for, or having the range of a contralto
Not adequately provided or equipped; short:
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  1. Not adequately provided or equipped; short:
  2. Cut to show the wearer's neck and chest; décolleté:
  3. Unrefined; coarse:
Having a moderate slope:
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  1. Having a moderate slope:
  2. Having a low tone or a low range of tone
  3. Of low intensity; subdued
(Old Poet.) An abyss
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  1. (Old Poet.) An abyss
The ocean depths
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  1. The ocean depths
  2. An immeasurably deep chasm, depth, or void:
  3. A deep fissure in the earth; bottomless gulf; chasm
Any break or gap
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  1. Any break or gap
  2. A wide divergence of feelings, sentiments, interests, etc.; rift
  3. A deep, steep-sided opening in the earth's surface; an abyss or gorge.
The degree of richness or intensity:
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  1. The degree of richness or intensity:
  2. The extent, measurement, or dimension downward, backward, or inward:
  3. The range of one's understanding or competence:
An eddy that draws objects down; whirlpool
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  1. An eddy that draws objects down; whirlpool
  2. A wide, deep chasm or abyss
  3. A large area of a sea or ocean partially enclosed by land, especially a long landlocked portion of sea opening through a strait.
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