Adjective Definition

deep

1.Definition: (of darkness) densely dark

"A face in deep shadow", "Deep night"

Related Adjective(s):thick


2.Definition: difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge

"A deep metaphysical theory"

Related Adjective(s):abstruse, recondite


3.Definition: exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy

"Deep political machinations", "A deep plot"


4.Definition: extending relatively far inward

"A deep border"


5.Definition: having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination

"A deep well", "A deep dive", "Deep water", "A deep casserole", "A deep gash", "Deep massage", "Deep pressure receptors in muscles", "Deep shelves", "A deep closet", "Surrounded by a deep yard", "Hit the ball to deep center field", "In deep space", "Waist-deep"


6.Definition: having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range

"A deep voice"

Related Adjective(s):bass


7.Definition: intense or extreme

"In deep trouble", "Deep happiness"


8.Definition: large in quantity or size

"Deep cuts in the budget"


9.Definition: marked by depth of thinking

"Deep thoughts", "A deep allegory"


10.Definition: of an obscure nature

"A deep dark secret"

Related Adjective(s):cryptic, cryptical, inscrutable, mysterious, mystifying


11.Definition: relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply

"A deep breath", "A deep sigh", "Deep concentration", "Deep emotion", "A deep trance", "In a deep sleep"


12.Definition: relatively thick from top to bottom

"Deep carpets", "Deep snow"


13.Definition: strong; intense

"Deep purple"

Related Adjective(s):rich


14.Definition: very distant in time or space

"Deep in the past", "Deep in enemy territory", "Deep in the woods", "A deep space probe"


15.Definition: with head or back bent low

"A deep bow"




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