other words for deeply
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For he was in no sense as nobly human of stature, as deeply aware of the life about him, as Moussorgsky.
If Martine was annoyed by Priscilla's refusal, poor Priscilla was deeply disturbed by the turn of affairs.
The pride of the general had been deeply wounded by the rebuke he had received on the field of battle.
It would be hard to say how deeply this story moved me while I listened from my room above.
He was generous towards his aged parents; was deeply imbued with a sense of religion, and was the foe of vice in every form.
She took it quietly, but deeply, which troubled my private sense of relief, and indeed turned it into something very like regret.
There is but one thing that I deeply desire, and that is to be a better woman than I have been in the past.
The duke pretended to be unconcerned but in his heart he was deeply shaken.
Two empires, or rather an empress and a minister, deeply hate us but they are powerless!
You pained me deeply yesterday, when you advised me to go out a little 'to distract my thoughts.'
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