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Intended for, or likely to be understood by, only a small number of people
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“His speech would include a profound explanation of mankind's propensity for personal biases.”
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Intellectually deep
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“The piece is also a profound statement about the elusiveness and instability of musical meaning.”
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Significant or extreme in degree or intensity
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“My near-death experience would have a significantly profound effect on me.”
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Deeply or sincerely felt or expressed on an emotional level
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“The speaker conveyed his profound gratitude to those who had come before and made possible the organization's current success.”
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To an absolute degree
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“The unpopular decision was met with a profound, almost shocked, silence by the crowd.”
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To a great or far-reaching extent
“Alexia believes that profound changes must be made to bring climate change under control.”
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Extending deep or very far down
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“Nathan Drake made his way through a cavern more profound than he could have ever imagined.”
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Full of substance or interest
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Having a broad or widespread range, scope, or influence
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Clear in meaning without uncertainty or ambiguity
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(of knowledge) Characterized by an attention to detail or thoroughness
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Following carefully and exactly a set of rules
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Loudly cheerful, enthusiastic or approbatory
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Firmly implanted or established in thought or behavior and difficult to change
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(of a performance or ability) Evoking admiration through quality or skill
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Meriting, or tending to provoke, deep reflection
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Based on abstract reasoning
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Requiring great skill or finesse in handling or treatment
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Very loud or having a high volume
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Having or showing a calm attitude towards disappointments or difficulties
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Having the character of a religious epiphany
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Serving to teach or educate
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Having an imaginative or sensitively emotional style of expression
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(slang) Impressively bold or daring
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Amusingly ingenious
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Noun
The large body of saltwater that covers most of the earth
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