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    From the dictionary:

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    –adjective
    1.
    penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge; having deep insight or understanding: a profound thinker.
    2.
    originating in or penetrating to the depths of one's being; profound grief.
    3.
    being or going far beneath what is superficial, external, or obvious: profound insight.
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    –noun Literary .
    9.
    something that is profound.
    10.
    the deep sea; ocean.
    11.
    depth; abyss.
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    Origin:
    1275–1325; Middle English < Anglo-French < Latin profundus deep, vast, equivalent to pro- pro-1 + fundus bottom ( see found2 )

    —Related forms
    pro·found·ly, adverb
    pro·found·ness, noun
    un·pro·found, adjective
    un·pro·found·ly, adverb

    —Synonyms
    1. deep, sagacious.

    —Antonyms
    1. shallow, superficial.


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