deepen

[ dee-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF deepen

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEEPEN

And a second and a third month may only deepen the sense of ignorance and unfitness.

Somehow this fact did not tend to deepen Sears Kendrick's affection for them.

Her face was very grave and the lines about her mouth seemed to deepen.

Bishop's great face seemed to swell and its high colour to deepen.

The enthusiasm of all around only served to increase and deepen my depression.

But when women are enfranchised their interest in the State will deepen.

Oh, sir, your generous refusal of our thanks does but deepen our obligation!

It will deepen in all men of sincerity a respect for authority in a restless age.

In the next chapter, you'll learn how to deepen the self-hypnotic state.

It was essential to her peace that this coldness should not deepen into anger.

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