Sentence Examples

  • When he displays affection, it is a deep-rooted affection.
  • Unlike nonabusive parents, who may become angry at or upset with their children from time to time but are genuinely loving, abusive parents tend to harbor deep-rooted negative feelings toward their children.
  • She may have a deep-rooted personal preference when it comes to something as significant as bridal jewelry, or she may just like yellow gold, white gold, and platinum and want the fashion world to assist in the decision.
  • For example, if the writer has several Apple Macintosh computers, an iPhone and an iPad, chances are that the person has a deep-rooted love of these devices.
  • With therapy included, teens can tackle some of the deep-rooted issues they have and release tension in the activities they do in the camp.