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Synonyms for deepness

the extent or measurement downward from a surface


intellectual penetration or range

Synonyms for deepness

the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas

the quality of being physically deep

the extent downward or backward or inward

a low pitch that is loud and voluminous

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Getting back to the British Council, they decided that the most beautiful word in the English language was "mother"--"an unglamorous word, yet one that conveys comfort and the deepness of human relationships.
Professor Cerbai said: International experts will show how these advanced modalities can be used to reveal molecular and biophysical processes within the heart with unprecedented detail and deepness that we couldnt even imagine in the past.
It introduces new vertical chrome elements that contrast with the deepness of the shark nose effect.
It was found that deepness in sleep statistically decreased with worsening of all leg movement parameters.
She said that the government participation with the Coptic Church in the Christmas celebration affirms deepness of the religious and social co-existence and the spirit of love and peace that characterize the Sudanese society.
One was privileged to share inter-action with "Her Deepness "at a small ecologists' IUCN forum in Zurich in 2005.
To enter through the Holy Door means to rediscover the deepness of the mercy of the Father who welcomes all and goes out to meet everyone personally.
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We were not alone in this, as the entire fundraising team was eagerly clustered around another couple, who evidently had pockets of Marianas Trench deepness, in a far corner of the room.
While not detected in fourth sampling part which starts from 31-60 cm soil deepness as given in (Table 3).
Friendly relations between the two countries extend throughout history and they have been featured by deepness and strength," al-Hilal said, adding that these relations are being consolidated under the leadership of Presidents Bashar al-Assad and Raul Castro.
Sylvia Earle is sometimes fondly referred to as "Her Deepness.
And I was actually so shaken because of the deepness of the wound and apparently the baby was not crying so the doctor said that he was in shock.
When I laugh, I imagine I sound something like your preteen brother, fluxing in and out of the soft voice I'm ashamed of and the deepness I once coveted in secrecy.