other words for deep-seated
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Then that unfortunate episode had not cost her any deep-seated grief.
The long-standing and deep-seated problems of agriculture have been forthrightly attacked.
The neglect of the deep-seated active and motor factors of experience is a fatal defect of the traditional empirical philosophy.
The religious sentiment appears, on the whole, to have been strong and deep-seated among the Assyrians.
It required also deep-seated iniquity of heart, and in this there was no lack, for they were the sublimation of depravity.
Apart from all this, however, the antagonism revealed in their mutual relations was not deep-seated, but in reality superficial.
Could the deep-seated religious sentiments of the human soul choose better expression?
Mehemet Achmet, the sleepiest man God made, was here this afternoon, and he regretted it with deep-seated enjoyment.
It argued the most deep-seated depravity, to commit unblushing crime and then glory in his infamy.
But it is a recurrence of the old and deep-seated malady of colonialism.