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This is usually the preferred method for fishing shallow waters or targeting pelagic species, which are particularly sensitive to noise.

Martinez explained on multiple occasions that his first step was slower in the outfield, leading to a handful of balls to drop in shallow center.

Spoon the combined ingredients into a shallow casserole dish sprayed with cooking oil.

All of that said, I think the slightly shallower depth of field is a win for the new larger sensor and I do think there’s a noticeable upgrade from the 12 Pro to the 12 Pro Max, let alone over the previous generations.

In these pages, though, that’s a surprisingly shallow trench.

Would such shallowness be tolerated in a film about the Battle of Agincourt, immortalized by Shakespeare in Henry V?

But what the debate really showed is the utter shallowness of today's GOP.

The shallowness of the Obama white paper, issued last June, is now only too obvious.

The shallowness and simplicity of the girl baffled her continually.

It certainly leads to shallowness, "Without haste, without rest" was Goethe's motto.

Their broadsides bore upon the enemy, and the shallowness of the water was such that by no means could they be surrounded.

And there was only one way to deal with such shallowness––that was with firm and unmistakable severity.

Religion suffers from a narrowness and shallowness which broader and deeper culture must remove.


On this page you'll find 338 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shallowness, such as: banality, bromide, chestnut, corn, inanity, and motto.

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