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We currently live in a global order that is profoundly unjust.
It also showed how profoundly a society’s grids of connection influence transmission.
Psilocybin, a compound that can profoundly alter consciousness and perceptions of reality, might be a powerful alternative, says coauthor Roland Griffiths, a neuropsychopharmacologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
This attribution caused generations of parents, but women especially, to feel profoundly guilty for their children’s disorders.
If you’re expecting it to look profoundly different than your current iPhone 11 or an iPhone 12, you’ll be disappointed, but there are some key differences, some of which you’ll likely notice in day-to-day use.
Binding the resolution of my case to progress in the nuclear negotiations is profoundly unjust.
Only now, when we were able to talk frankly and at length, did I come to realize how profoundly it had affected him.
They profoundly question whether these programs will be available to them when they become eligible.
The Republican base is profoundly larger than it was in 1964.
The Arab spring failed, but it demonstrated the ancient regimes are doomed unless they change profoundly, which is very unlikely.
Few persons can attain to adult life without being profoundly impressed by the appalling inequalities of our human lot.
Aristide clambered back to his seat, took the child on his knees, and commiserated it profoundly.
When he entered his sitting-room M. de Kerguel rose and profoundly saluted him.
The Savages have often been present, always profoundly silent and reverent.
He seemed profoundly attentive, did not attempt any conversation, and kept his eyes on the ground.
On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to profoundly, such as: completely, extremely, greatly, thoroughly, totally, and very.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.