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deep down

adverb as in at heart

adverb as in internally

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adverb as in inwardly

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At least in part because they also know deep down that things like an infrastructure bank are what will really create jobs.

Republicans know the truth about these proposals deep down, or I think most do (I suppose some actually are that dumb).

I had decided not to receive my Confirmation, and had guilt dreams about it but, deep down, felt my decision was the right one.

Deep down, a lot of them still hope for enough American military intervention that they can win a military victory.

Deep down, we probably all wish we were lucky enough to be in the movies.

Somehow, I knew deep down in my own heart, ill versed as I was in such things, that I should never send her such a gift myself.

But I also know that there's something deep down in that man's soul that calls to something deep down in mine.

Besides, deep down in her heart—as in father John's—lay a feeling of wounded pride.

He saw all that, and he saw the sleeping tenderness in her eyes; deep-down it slept, under dark blue veils.

She too hides somewhere, deep down, a poor fettered thing that would gladly join the revel, if it dared.

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deep-down, such as: absolute, complete, confirmed, congenital, deep-dyed, and deeply ingrained.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.