Synonym for deep

Synonym for deep DEFAULT

Synonyms of deep in English:

deep


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adjective

1‘a deep ravine’

SYNONYMS

extending far down

cavernous, yawning, gaping, huge, big, great, extensive, profound, unplumbed

bottomless, immeasurable, fathomless, unfathomable

rare chasmic

2‘a deep shelf’

SYNONYMS

extending far back, extending far in, extending a long way back, extensive

3‘a puddle about two inches deep’

SYNONYMS

in depth, downwards, inwards, from top to bottom, from the surface, in vertical extent

4‘I have a deep affection for you’

SYNONYMS

intense, heartfelt, deeply felt, fervent, ardent, impassioned, wholehearted, deep-seated, deep-rooted, thorough, thoroughgoing, serious

sincere, honest, genuine, unfeigned

earnest, enthusiastic, keen, great

grave, abject

ANTONYMS

superficial, insincere

5‘Laura drifted into a deep sleep’

SYNONYMS

sound, heavy, profound, intense

6‘Helen was a deep thinker’

SYNONYMS

clever, intelligent, intellectual

knowledgeable, learned, wise, sagacious, sage, scholarly

discerning, penetrating, perspicacious, perceptive, percipient, insightful, keen, sharp, sharp-witted, quick-witted

profound, philosophical, complex, weighty, serious, difficult, abstruse, esoteric, recondite, impenetrable, unfathomable, mysterious, obscure

7‘he was deep in concentration’

SYNONYMS

rapt, absorbed, engrossed, preoccupied, immersed, steeped, lost, captivated, spellbound, riveted, gripped, enthralled, intent, engaged

8‘a deep mystery’

SYNONYMS

obscure, mysterious, hidden, secret, unfathomable, fathomless, opaque, abstruse, recondite, esoteric, enigmatic, arcane, Delphic

puzzling, perplexing, baffling, mystifying, inexplicable

informal as clear as mud

9‘his deep voice’

SYNONYMS

low-pitched, low, bass, full-toned, rich, powerful, resonant, rumbling, booming, resounding, sonorous

10‘a deep reddish-brown colour’

SYNONYMS

dark

intense, vivid, rich, strong, brilliant, glowing, vibrant, bold, warm, flamboyant, eye-catching


noun

1the deep‘the strange creatures of the deep’

SYNONYMS

the sea, the ocean

the high seas

informal the drink, the briny

literary the waves, the main, the foam, the profound

2the deep‘in the deep of night’

SYNONYMS

the middle, the midst, the mid point, the central point

the depths, the thick, the dead, the heart, the kernel, the interior


adverb

1‘I dug deep’

SYNONYMS

far down, far in, deep down, way down, to a great depth

2‘he brought them deep into thick woodland’

SYNONYMS

far, a long way, a great distance, a good way


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1. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply.

  • deepness
  • depth
  • wakeless
  • sound
  • heavy
  • measurable
  • superficiality
  • profundity
  • comprehensible
  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Words that Rhyme with Deep

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  • streep
  • phillipe
  • felipe
  • bopeep
  • asleep
  • sweep
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  • sleep
  • schliep
  • griep
  • creep
  • bleep
  • weep
  • veep
  • tepe
  • sheep
  • sepe
  • seipp
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  • seep
  • riepe
  • reep
  • reap
  • peep
  • lepe
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  • leap
  • kniep

Example sentences of the word deep


1. Adjective
Drape a velvet tablecloth in a deep purple shade over the table so it reaches to the floor.

2. Adverb
Plant the seeds about an inch deep into a plant pot filled with potting soil.

3. Noun, singular or mass
0:52 it V I think that I'm going to do a deep

Quotes containing the word deep


1. All that is gold does not glitter,Not all those who wander are lost;The old that is strong does not wither,Deep roots are not reached by the frost.From the ashes a fire shall be woken,A light from the shadows shall spring;Renewed shall be blade that was broken,The crownless again shall be king.
- J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

2. The Christian life is not a constant high. I have my moments of deep discouragement. I have to go to God in prayer with tears in my eyes, and say, 'O God, forgive me,' or 'Help me.'
- Billy Graham

3. Transformation is a process, and as life happens there are tons of ups and downs. It's a journey of discovery - there are moments on mountaintops and moments in deep valleys of despair.
- Rick Warren

2. deep-set

adjective. having a sunken area.

  • convex
  • fill
  • natural elevation

3. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] marked by depth of thinking.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination.

  • bottomless
  • deep-water
  • unplumbed
  • deepness
  • profound
  • unsounded
  • abysmal
  • depth
  • abyssal
  • unfathomable
  • walk-in
  • shallow
  • unscholarly
  • insignificant
  • audible
  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] very distant in time or space.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] extreme.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. deep

adverb. ['ˈdiːp'] to a great depth; far down.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] strong; intense.

  • clothed
  • deepness
  • shallowness
  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. deep

adjective. ['ˈdiːp'] relatively thick from top to bottom.

  • depe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deop (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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beneath

Situated or extending far down

sunk

(Informal) Utterly ruined; undone

submerged

The definition of submerged is completely underwater, hidden or covered.

recondite

The definition of recondite is something that is difficult or impossible for most to understand, or that most people don't know about.

bottomless

Having no limitations or bounds; limitless:

depthless

Having no depth, or having a depth that is impossible to determine

below

Situated or extending far down

abysmal

Resembling an abyss in depth; unfathomable.

buried

The definition of buried is to be covered up by something.

immeasurable

The definition of immeasurable is something that is impossible to measure.

up to the hilt

Extending laterally or vertically

intense

Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:

near the surface(antonym)

Situated or extending far down

shallow(antonym)

Marked by insufficient inhalation of air; weak:

submarine

The definition of submarine is something that occurs or exists under the surface of the water.

inmost

extending far downward

Situated or extending far down

fathomless

Too obscure or complicated to be understood.

underground

Occurring, working, placed, used, etc. beneath the surface of the earth

underwater

Of or having an asset that has a value less than its specified purchase price, as a stock option, or less than an outstanding loan against it, as a property

of great depth

Situated or extending far down

distant

The definition of distant is separated, far away or not immediately connected.

thick

Very noticeable; pronounced:

fat

Any of a large number of oily compounds that are widely found in plant and animal tissues and serve mainly as a reserve source of energy. In mammals, fat, or adipose tissue , is deposited beneath the skin and around the internal organs, where it also protects and insulates against heat loss. Fat is a necessary, efficient source of energy. An ounce of fat contains more than twice as much stored energy as does an ounce of protein or carbohydrates and is digested more slowly, resulting in the sensation of satiety after eating. It also enhances the taste, aroma, and texture of food. Fats are made chiefly of triglycerides, each molecule of which contains three fatty acids. Dietary fat supplies humans with essential fatty acids, such as linoleic acid and linolenic acid . Fat also regulates cholesterol metabolism and is a precursor of prostaglandins .

sincere

Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true:

abstruse

Hard to understand because of being extremely complex, intellectually demanding, highly abstract, etc.; deep; recondite

mysterious

Of, relating to, or being a religious mystery:

surface(antonym)

Relating to or occurring on or near the surface of the earth.

narrow(antonym)

With limited margin; with barely enough space, time, etc.; barely successful

thin(antonym)

(Golf) Describing a poorly played golf shot where the ball is struck by the bottom part of the club head. See fat, shank, toe.

under(related)

Being lower; being beneath something.

extensive(related)

Having great extent; covering a large area; vast

long(related)

Having a holding of a commodity or security in expectation of a rise in price:

cunning

(Now Rare) Skillful or clever

esoteric

The definition of esoteric is something only understood by a chosen group.

absorbed

Taken in, sucked up, assimilated, etc.

intent

Firmly fixed; concentrated:

strong

Containing a considerable percentage of alcohol:

alto

Of, for, or having the range of an alto

contralto

Of, for, or having the range of a contralto

abysm

dim

Lacking luster; dull or subdued:

impenetrable

(Physics) Having that property of matter by which two bodies are prevented from occupying the same space at the same time

to-the-bone

Extending laterally or vertically

flighty(antonym)

Given to sudden whims; not taking things seriously; frivolous or irresponsible

ignorant(antonym)

Lacking knowledge (in a particular area or matter)

frivolous(antonym)

Of little value or importance; trifling; trivial

trivial(antonym)

(Mathematics) Of, relating to, or being the solution of an equation in which every variable is equal to zero.

abyss

A deep fissure in the earth; bottomless gulf; chasm

light(antonym)

Of relatively little weight; not heavy:

pale(antonym)

The definition of pale is someone or something light in color or washed out.

soft(antonym)

Not bright, intense, or glaring; subdued

endemic

(Especially of plants and animals.) Peculiar to a particular area or region; not found in other places.

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