deep-rooted

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Synonyms for deep-rooted

Synonyms for deep-rooted

(used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted

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The life, work, and recent death of Michael Hartnett is expressed in elegies and in the deep-rootedness of both poets' engagement with the Irish language and with the haiku.
There has been much talk lately of the breadth and deep-rootedness of anti-American feeling, and, sadly, our own referendum campaign has provided a pointed illustration.
Suggesting a futile effort to solve that problem, Appelt's late photography implicitly only confirms its intractable deep-rootedness.
LATTAKIA, (SANA)- Minister of Information, Omran al-Zoubi, on Sunday stressed that the aggression against Syria is doomed to failure no matter how long it lasts and regardless of its cost thanks to the Syrians' belief and their cultural deep-rootedness.
The SAF Museum is filled with a variety of military antiques and objects, representing the development march of the Sultan's Armed Forces and the care attached by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, characterized in the scripts, models and historical weapons that narrate the deep-rootedness of the Omani military history.
The ancient chandeliers reflect the deep-rootedness of the design and the oriental taste, in addition to the skillfulness of the Damascene craftsmen.