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And now she faces a choice: to pray alongside the majority as one of that group or somehow to register her deeply felt difference.

Almost anything deeply felt is refreshing now, but 700 Sundays is not “anything.”

And he had deeply felt the solemn funeral rites for more than 3,000 heroes.

Raw opinion, no matter how deeply felt, is no substitute for argument and evidence.

Madame Roland distinctly saw and deeply felt the peril to which she and her friends were exposed.

Never before had I so deeply felt the desolation of the northland.

The viceroy, Sir Gilbert Elliott, deeply felt the impolicy and ignominy of this evacuation.

My proud step was no interpreter of my heart, for I deeply felt that, though surrounded by every luxury, I was a beggar.

We have all deeply felt it, but I must say that thankfulness prevails, for all who knew her had felt anxious for her future.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deeply felt, such as: built-in, chronic, deep-rooted, inbred, inherent, and long-standing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.