View definitions for depths
noun as in bowels
noun as in gulf
noun as in midst
noun as in recess
Maybe there is someone else who has found great depths in her.
It really is something that touches our own most profound depths.
But most of her interpretative choices are sound, even on a song with challenging psychological depths such as “Lush Life.”
To raise oil from the depths, rigs often inject water at high-pressure into the wells.
Every time one fails to find a firm foothold, there is a danger of falling, sometimes to alarming depths.
With a groan, wrung from the very depths of his heart, he tossed the man a gold-piece; another to the woman.
She spoke with such a serious, tender grace, that Gordon seemed stirred to his depths again.
Her last words floated back from the depths of the corridor; a clock was striking and she had pattered off hastily.
In the depths of her steady gaze he saw shadows, far away, behind the open expression.
These bogs are of all depths from a few inches to thirty or forty feet, though the very shallow have generally been reclaimed.
On this page you'll find 174 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to depths, such as: basement, bed, floor, ground, seat, and underside.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.