deep-seated[ deep-see-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF deep-seated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEEP-SEATED
Had he that deep-seated recondite complaint, and did any doctor find it out?
But the financial disease was too deep-seated to be so easily cured.
The inconsistency is real, out of a deep-seated confusion of mind.
He realised this, as a dull, but deep-seated pain, caused him to open his eyes.
That financial distress was widespread and deep-seated was not to be denied.
The country received the news with a deep-seated and sober satisfaction.
The deep-seated travail of his grief abruptly reached the paroxysm.
It was strange how deep-seated was her discontent under this head.
It was too poignant, too deep-seated in the springs of her physical being.
But his chief characteristic was his deep-seated and thoughtful piety.