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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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As a comparison, in Romania the tendency is to put stronger emphasis on the practical side, the amplitude of theoretical analyzes and studies passing in the secondary level; the paradoxical consequences of this situation being, on the one hand, that people manifest a strong resistance to the idea of having profoundness knowledge from many fields of knowledge and, on the other hand, that activities performed have no exceptional efficiency, have no systematic character.
It is a place, from where the message of brotherhood, profoundness, unity and intimacy spreads door-to-door.
It brings together the concrete (yet unknown) body of a child with the indeterminate profoundness of a mutual future.
By ceaselessly calling His name into one's heart, saying Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on me, the sinner!, man reaches deeper and deeper into light, into the profoundness that is bright and full of God's light (Pasca-Tusa 2011, 67).
Our limitation was not being able to study in more profoundness the molecular mechanisms that would produce the effects by us described.
While the profoundness of the RMA was clearly apparent in the devastating effect that information technology had on kinetic operations, I would submit that the importance and hence the full potential of IO doctrine has yet to be realized in theory and in practice.
From those experiments we could empirically detect that some subjects became more sensible to music through the usage of the Auris System, and considering subjects with the same profoundness of deafness, the distinguishing factor was related to the subjects past activities and relationship with audio centered situations.
The response of the Hungarian government, certain Balkan states and the segment of anti-refugee sentiment in Germany all depicting the profoundness of a Europe reacting to the pressure of what can likely affect the native identity of the continent.
"She brought a lot of humanity, profoundness and a beautiful vulnerability to her character, a melancholia that I was looking for."
Abdullah bin Abdulmalik Al al-Sheikh stresssed tht late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud initiative to build a medical city bearing his name, in Bahrain, reflects profoundness of relations binding the two kingdoms and ties of fraternity among the two people.
"It also contributes to the profoundness of the knowledge in Arabic language as the vocabulary of the local dialect in the country is at the heart of the classical Arabic language vocabulary."
Simplicity in writing doesn't take away from profoundness of meaning.
(33) Dillon describes the core attitude of care respect as "cherishing, a form of respect that involves profoundness of feeling, treasuring, warm
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).