The central and most intense or profound part.
A long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor.
Polish: rów oceaniczny
Literary term for an ocean.
Relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply.
Marked by depth of thinking.
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.
Very distant in time or space.
Intense or extreme.
Having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range:
— A deep voice.
— Deep purple.
Polish: nasycony, żywy
Relatively thick from top to bottom.
Extending relatively far inward.
of darkness Densely dark:
— A face in deep shadow.
— Deep night.
Large in quantity or size.
With head or back bent low.
Of an obscure nature:
— A deep dark secret.
Polish: niezbadany, niezgłębiony, tajemniczy, zagadkowy
Difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge:
— A deep metaphysical theory.
Exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy.
To a great depth; far down or in:
— Dived deeply.
— Dug deep.
To an advanced time:
— Deep into the night.
To a great distance.
Moby thesaurus: Bassalia, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, absorbed, absorbing, abstract, abstracted, abstruse, abysm, abysmal, abyss, abyssal, abyssal zone, acute, ample, amplitudinous, ankle-deep, arcane, arch, ardent ... show more.
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