profound

[ pruh-found ]SEE DEFINITION OF profound

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROFOUND

There was profound conviction in the emphasis with which she spoke her warning.

The world-shaking conceptions have always been won in profound experience.

Martin looked at her respectfully but with profound curiosity.

He listened in a stillness of dread which resembled the immobility of profound attention.

The Personage on the hearthrug had been listening with profound attention.

And the confidence he had to make was of a profound psychological order.

After this profound observation the experienced Toodles seemed to reflect.

“Not very,” Mr Verloc managed to falter out, in a profound shudder.

The silence was profound, but shaken now and then by a grumble of distant thunder.

"No one would dare say such a thing," she asserted with profound conviction.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROFOUND

seismic

adjectivepertaining to an earthquake or event within the earth's crust
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