Antonyms for deep seated

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The love of secrecy and adventure is also deep seated in us.

The King watched the pair of them with his crafty eyes, deep seated in his head.

A deep seated melancholy was apparent in his countenance and conversation.

Gersonides's entire discussion of miracles shows a deep seated motive to minimize their extent and influence.

The cottage itself was built of gray stone; with thick walls and large, low, deep seated windows.

But it is the second cause, above mentioned, which is deep seated and permanent.

What in the world could induce a seemingly pleasant fellow like Dick to go off apparently without cause into a deep seated grouch?

And when the cough seems to be deep seated use Bryonia instead of spongia.

For the Phlegmonous, with deep seated swellings, Apis mel is the most important remedy.

A deep seated melancholy was apparent in his countenance, and conversation.

WORD ORIGIN

1741, "having its seat far below the surface;" see seat (v.). Figurative use is from 1847.