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deep enddeep water
beauty is only skin deeptrue beauty lies within, outer beauty is merely superficial
between the devil and the deep blue seacaught in a difficult position, between a rock and a hard place
deepcoming from or reaching far inside, dark in color, depths of the ocean, very deep part of a body of water; abyss; middle, center, down from a surface, far down or in, far from an edge, far from front to back, far from top to bottom, having a great dept...
deep fryerappliance for frying food, deep-fat fryer
deep kissFrench kiss
deep pocketsource of riches
deep sixdisposal
deep soulslow soul music
deep structureabstract level of language, see also:surface structure
deep-discount bonddiscounted bond
deep-dishbaked in a deep dish
deep-dyeddyed-in-the-wool, nonfading
deep-fat fryerdeep fryer
deep-freezefreeze something quickly, keep something very cold, suspend activity
deep-frycook food in deep oil
deep-rootedfirmly held, with deep roots
deep-seaof the middle of the ocean
deep-seatedingrained
deep-sethaving deep sockets
deep-sixdiscard something
deep-wateraccommodating large ships, seagoing
knee-deepas high as the knees, extremely involved in something, in as high as the knees
rapture of the deepnitrogen narcosis
skin-deepnot deeply, without deep meaning or importance
still waters run deepachieve a task with tranquility and satisfaction; he who seems quiet and harmless but has the ability to harm deeply
the deepgreat vertical depth
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