deep-rooted[ deep-roo-tid, -roo t-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF deep-rooted
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This bias springs from causes which are stable and deep-rooted.
The feeling is too deep-rooted and its manifestations are too passionate.
It is one of the most deep-rooted of positivist illusions—that people are persons.
There is a deep-rooted feud between every two rows in an audience.
One cannot tear up at once the deep-rooted affections of years.
The conspiracy was too widespread and too deep-rooted for Alexander II.
Our main-springs are fixed, and our principal traits are deep-rooted.
He never had dreamed of such a vindictive, deep-rooted animosity as this.
It's just "born in 'em," like their deep-rooted horror of mice and bills and burglars.
She spoke now with a deep-rooted sense of injury Von Barwig could only nod.
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