Synonyms for deepness

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And now again she spoke in almost awed tones of my "deepness."

His voice had changed, until the deepness of it was terrifying.

They are those of a wolf—an old one, because of the deepness of the tracks.

Salts of iron were commonly employed to modify the deepness of the yellow.

In deepness they were four yards each, and in breadth of the same dimension.

This feature is rather intensified by the deepness of the hair-root.

Their thickness is regulated according to the deepness of the note required.

In the ears of the souls that were dead, in the dust of the deepness of death.

I could not answer him, I was so full of a deepness of peace.

They knew she played with them, but they did not know the wisdom of her play, its deepness and its deftness.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English deop "deep water," especially the sea, from the source of deep (adj.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEEPNESS

depth

noundistance down or across
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