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Synonyms for shallow

measuring little from bottom to top or surface

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lacking in intellectual depth or thoroughness

a shallow part of a body of water

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a stretch of shallow water

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make shallow

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become shallow

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lacking physical depth

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not deep or strong

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lacking depth of intellect or knowledge

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Between 1901 and 2015, as the oceans' heat absorbing capacity was stretched to its limits, the (https://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-sea-surface-temperature) average surface temperature of the world's oceans of rose at an average rate of 0.13 degrees Fahrenheit per decade, and temperatures in the shallowest waters - where marine life thrives - rose by 0.18 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.
There was poor old Jason's ex-from-hell Charlie, who can't accept they're over, and Ryan Ruckledge, the X Factor "horror of a human being" and Britain's shallowest man, who was dumped aptly wearing a bin bag.
Agip began drilling a second well in early May 2001 as the prospect was the shallowest and closest to the shore of three potential targets, to a depth of 4,061 metres and in 42 metres of water.
The Aruma is the shallowest oil reservoir in the Bahrain Field and contains very viscous oil never previously before exploited.
But Hamilton, now 90, said Major did it for "the shallowest of political reasons" - to try to save Tory seats in Scotland in the 1997 general election.
Cyprus has been recording shrinking gross domestic product(GDP) since the third quarter of 2011, and Tuesday's data showed the shallowest recession since the first quarter of 2012.
With the justification provided in previous months being that local depositors were using their savings to pay down personal loans, the decline in that category seems to be the shallowest, with a bigger number of EU and non-EU nationals withdrawing their deposits.
Conversely, on higher tides, fish will often move to the shallowest parts of the bay and take up residence near oyster bars, independent islands or deep under the mangroves.
White Rocks Bay is the smallest and shallowest of the bays and is covered during winter months to provide a warm entry and exit point.
In fact, the problems on the shallowest of the five Great Lakes brought on by farm runoff and sludge from sewage treatment plants have been building for more than a decade.
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"Ten different models are available in the range offering storage capacities from 26 to 60 litres and five different heights from the shallowest 140mm crate to the tallest which stands at 320mm.
Both draw less than 75 cm or 2.5 feet, making them the shallowest draft passenger vessels in Myanmar and enabling them to travel where other vessels can't.
That's what's slightly deceptive about the photos; the stage is actually only 20 feet wide, and it's curved, so at its deepest, it's 20 feet, and the shallowest parts are 12-14 feet.