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The property of being low.
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  1. The property of being low.
The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
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  1. The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
The degree to which a thing extends:
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  1. The degree to which a thing extends:
  2. The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends:
  3. An extensive space or area:
The smallest quantity of liquid heavy enough to fall in a spherical mass.
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  1. The smallest quantity of liquid heavy enough to fall in a spherical mass.
  2. The quantity of liquid contained in such a mass, especially when measured out by a dropper.
  3. A small amount of a liquid, drawn into a roughly spherical mass by surface tension.
An oblique variation from some definite direction
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  1. An oblique variation from some definite direction
  2. (Astron.) The angular distance of a celestial body north or south from the celestial equator: it is used with right ascension to find an exact position in the sky
  3. A falling off, especially from prosperity or vigor; a decline.
A resin found in certain evergreen trees
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  1. A resin found in certain evergreen trees
  2. A level or degree, as of intensity:
  3. The amount pitched
The quality of being remote.
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A place, usually less than 100 fathoms (c. 180 m) in depth, where a sounding line will touch bottom
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  1. A place, usually less than 100 fathoms (c. 180 m) in depth, where a sounding line will touch bottom
  2. Measurements learned or data acquired by sounding
  3. Water shallow enough for depth measurements to be taken by a hand line.
Intellectual depth
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  1. Intellectual depth
  2. Intensity of feeling or conviction.
  3. Depth, esp. great depth
(Physics) time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance
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  1. (Physics) time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance
  2. (Geology) The severity of an earthquake in terms of its effects on the earth's surface, and buildings. The value depends on the distance from the epicentre, and is not to be confused with the magnitude.
  3. (Physics) The amount of force or energy of heat, light, sound, electric current, etc. per unit area, volume, charge, etc.
The property of being low.
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  1. The property of being low.
(Physics) The natural attraction between physical bodies, especially when one of the bodies is a celestial body, such as the earth.
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  1. (Physics) The natural attraction between physical bodies, especially when one of the bodies is a celestial body, such as the earth.
  2. Gravitation, esp. terrestrial gravitation; force that tends to draw all bodies in the earth's sphere toward the center of the earth
  3. The fundamental force of attraction that all objects with mass have for each other. Like the electromagnetic force, gravity has effectively infinite range and obeys the inverse-square law. At the atomic level, where masses are very small, the force of gravity is negligible, but for objects that have very large masses such as planets, stars, and galaxies, gravity is a predominant force, and it plays an important role in theories of the structure of the universe. Gravity is believed to be mediated by the graviton, although the graviton has yet to be isolated by experiment. Gravity is weaker than the strong force, the electromagnetic force, and the weak force.
Anything too deep for measurement; profound depth
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  1. Anything too deep for measurement; profound depth
  2. A deep fissure in the earth; bottomless gulf; chasm
  3. In the book of Genesis, the primeval Chaos out of which earth and sky were formed.
An area below floor level or ground level
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  1. An area below floor level or ground level
  2. A hole or cavity in the ground
  3. The section, often below floor level, in front of the stage, where the orchestra sits
The deepest or lowest part:
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  1. The deepest or lowest part:
  2. The lowest or least favorable position:
  3. The underside:
A layer of earth beneath the surface soil; subsoil.
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  1. A layer of earth beneath the surface soil; subsoil.
  2. (Zool.) The ground or other solid material on which an animal moves or is fastened
  3. (Photog.) A thin layer of material on a photographic film or plate serving as a base for the sensitive emulsion
A secret movement organized in a country to oppose or overthrow the government in power or enemy forces of occupation
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  1. A secret movement organized in a country to oppose or overthrow the government in power or enemy forces of occupation
  2. An underground space or passage
  3. The entire region beneath the surface of the earth
(Electronics) In some transistors, the region or layer of semiconductor material, acting as an electrode, that separates the emitter from the collector and receives an electric current of electrons or holes
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  1. (Electronics) In some transistors, the region or layer of semiconductor material, acting as an electrode, that separates the emitter from the collector and receives an electric current of electrons or holes
  2. The lowest or bottom part:
  3. A basic or underlying element; infrastructure:
Intensity of feeling or conviction.
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  1. Intensity of feeling or conviction.
  2. Great intellectual insight or understanding:
  3. A profound idea, matter, etc.
The quality of being weighty
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Wise discourse or teaching
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  1. Wise discourse or teaching
  2. The quality of being wise; power of judging rightly and following the soundest course of action, based on knowledge, experience, understanding, etc.; good judgment; sagacity
  3. (Bible) Wisdom of Solomon.
The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
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  1. The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
The act of falling; descent:
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  1. The act of falling; descent:
  2. A drop curtain.
  3. A trace or hint:
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
A wide divergence of feelings, sentiments, interests, etc.; rift
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  1. A wide divergence of feelings, sentiments, interests, etc.; rift
  2. Any break or gap
  3. A deep crack in the earth's surface; abyss
The most intense or extreme part:
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  1. The most intense or extreme part:
  2. A deep place in land or in a body of water:
  3. A vast, immeasurable extent:
An eddy that draws objects down; whirlpool
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  1. An eddy that draws objects down; whirlpool
  2. A deep, wide chasm; an 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.
The state or quality of being ferocious
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  1. The state or quality of being ferocious
The state of being fierce.
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Violent or frenzied action:
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  1. Violent or frenzied action:
  2. A violent disturbance or intense period of activity:
  3. Violence; vehemence; fierceness
(Physics) time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance
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  1. (Physics) time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance
  2. (Geology) The severity of an earthquake in terms of its effects on the earth's surface, and buildings. The value depends on the distance from the epicentre, and is not to be confused with the magnitude.
  3. Degree or extent; relative strength, magnitude, vigor, etc.
(--- Music) The relative position of a tone within a range of musical sounds, as determined by this quality.
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  1. (--- Music) The relative position of a tone within a range of musical sounds, as determined by this quality.
  2. (--- Acoustics) The distinctive quality of a sound, dependent primarily on the frequency of the sound waves produced by its source.
  3. A level or degree, as of intensity:
Keenness, as of pain; intensity
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  1. Keenness, as of pain; intensity
  2. The quality or condition of being severe
  3. The act or an instance of severe behavior, especially punishment.
Intense, often devastatingly or explosively powerful force or energy, as of a hurricane or volcano
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  1. Intense, often devastatingly or explosively powerful force or energy, as of a hurricane or volcano
  2. Behavior or treatment in which physical force is exerted for the purpose of causing damage or injury:
  3. Extreme or powerful emotion or expression:
The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
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  1. The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically)
Something profound or abstruse:
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  1. Something profound or abstruse:
  2. Intensity of feeling or conviction.
  3. Great intellectual insight or understanding:
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