Definition for depth

noun as in distance down or across

noun as in insight, wisdom

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Example Sentences

You can also use it to layer different sketches on tracing paper to create the physical illusion of depth, and even use it to mock up fabric patterns.

Last season, between injuries and poor performance, Washington shuffled its depth chart at least four times.

While Google does provide a top-level view of search performance it does not nearly do so in the depth that is needed for agencies to be able to properly explain performance to their clients, particularly as it relates to competitor activity.

Spangelo is referring to the depth of the need for monitoring across the industries Swarm serves.

San Diego is starting to get serious about the depth and severity of its stormwater deficit, as Andy Keatts reported Monday.

My trip takes the reverse path, and I begin by assessing the depth of my Shakespeare knowledge in his birthplace.

Zoe Saldana has also recently praised sci-fi movies for the depth and breadth of women in its ensembles.

I am all for criticizing the press, and demanding that we get more depth to a story than a sensationalistic headline.

Tune in next week for the rest of our in-depth interview with Mockingjay director Francis Lawrence.

Magic and gaming involve in-depth worlds that feature both male and female characters.

The dry earth, sun-baked to a depth of many feet, was giving off its store of heat accumulated during the day.

They reached a depth in his nature which had been long untouched; a stratum, so to speak, which lay far beneath the surface.

One of these is filled to a depth of about one-fourth inch from a puncture in the finger, and is set aside for a few hours.

No one has yet gone far enough down to test the depth of the veins in any Canadian mine.

They are on a lower level and are consequently worked at a greater depth than those next to be described.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to depth, such as: bottom, extent, intensity, base, declination, and deepness.

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