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Synonyms for profoundness

intellectual penetration or range

Synonyms for profoundness

extremeness of degree

wisdom that is recondite and abstruse and profound

the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas

the quality of being physically deep

intellectual depth


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It's like Moby Dick--the novel about the whale--the supernatural element simply deepens the profoundness of the falling.
The power of their thinking, the profoundness of their emotional experience is judged by the originality and density of metaphor" (137).
Not surprising that Paulo Coelho's books tie you down like a soap-opera, and leave you with a certain imprint of profoundness.
This profoundness assumes a certain behaviour--denial, sacrifice, regret, joy, the ecstasy of seeing one's dream with one's own eyes, as the mirages of the desert.
RIYADH: Inclusion of the Hail rock art in the UNESCO World Heritage List is proof of the Kingdom's status and cultural profoundness, said the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) on Monday.
There may be many people who may have known Marc in person better than the co-author, but I think it is safe to say that everybody who had the pleasure to have known Marc for a longer time, will remember his remarkable profoundness, his scientific generosity, and also warm kindness, and will understand the very deep sadness which fell upon all of us.
Watching this film your adrenaline will continuously pump while you will be simultaneously surprised at finding yourself savoring the subtle, sublime and quiet moments of profoundness brought on by Mann's use of space, light and framing.
The profoundness of this visit lies in the fact that it takes you on a dual journey: a physical journey into the past and a metaphysical one into the self.
The "Absolute Idea" alienates and disguises itself into Nature, evolves historically through all the usual twists and turns following the laws of dialectics and comes back to itself again through the consciousness of man and particularly through the philosophy of Hegel himself, who for the first time in the history of mankind perceived in thought the ultimate truth of this dialectical movement, in absolute profoundness.
The bold simplicity of that statement belies the profoundness of its implications.
The oil offers depth, while watercolors lack this profoundness, darkness being almost invisible in this technique.
In Husserl's text there is a link between "relative truth" and the profoundness of claims in terms of that expression.
There are books in brooks and sermons in stones -- and apparently utter profoundness under utters.
When Freud remarks that "we also failed to discover why it [separation] should be such a painful thing" (Inhibitions, Symptoms, and Anxiety, 131), he is surely aware of the profoundness of some lacuna in his theory.
The minister who welcomed the panel of speakers comprising Karan Singh, senior Congress MP and president Indian Council of Cultural Relations, Rajeev Shukla and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Planning Ashok Chauhan, dwelt at length on the profoundness of the teaching in the Gita.