deep

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Sense: Situated or extending far down
Synonyms:
low , below , beneath , profound , bottomless, submerged, subterranean, submarine, inmost, deep-seated, rooted, deep-rooted, abysmal, extending far downward, fathomless, sunk, deep-set, subaqueous, immersed, dark , dim , unfathomed, impenetrable, buried, inward , underground , underwater, downreaching, of great depth, depthless, immeasurable, yawning, under , far down, down , deep down, underneath , in the depths, at the bottom
Antonyms:
shallow , near the surface, surface , superficial
Sense: Extending laterally or vertically
Synonyms:
far , wide , broad , yawning, penetrating, distant , thick , fat , spread out, to the bone, up to the hilt, extensive , long , ample , expansive, cavernous
Antonyms:
narrow , thin , skinny
Sense: Strongly felt
Synonyms:
intense , heartfelt, sincere , profound , strong , ardent, passionate , emotional , deeply felt, deep-rooted, deep-seated
Antonyms:
shallow , superficial, weak , emotionless, unemotional
Sense: Difficult to penetrate or understand
Synonyms:
profound , abstruse, mysterious , recondite, difficult , esoteric, beyond comprehension, impenetrable, incomprehensible, obscure
Antonyms:
fathomable, understandable , simple , evident , straightforward , clear , obvious , easy to understand, shallow , superficial
Sense: Low in pitch
Synonyms:
bass , deep-toned, sonorous, rumbling, low-pitched, low
Antonyms:
shrill , sharp , high pitched, thin , high , shrieking, earsplitting

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