How To Use Deep In A Sentence

  • Their dried dung is found everywhere, and is in many places the only fuel afforded by the plains; their skulls, which last longer than any other part of the animal, are among the most familiar of objects to the plainsman; their bones are in many districts so plentiful that it has become a regular industry, followed by hundreds of men (christened "bone hunters" by the frontiersmen), to go out with wagons and collect them in great numbers for the sake of the phosphates they yield; and Bad Lands, plateaus, and prairies alike, are cut up in all directions by the deep ruts which were formerly buffalo trails. VIII. The Lordly Buffalo
  • The results were disastrous, plunging the country into deep depression, with high unemployment, sharply falling living standards and serious political unrest.
  • The Oni character is a deep-rooted aspect of Japanese culture.
  • Horatia was still in mourning for her mother, and wore a black skirt, but Lucilla's was of rich deep gentianella-coloured silk, and the buttons of her white vest were of beautiful coral. Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster
  • People were simply showing their deep respect, their real admiration and their love for one they felt had touched their lives.
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  • The man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries - a deep wound to his side had punctured a lung.
  • I am deeply honoured to be invited to this momentous occasion.
  • Its route will pass mainly through soft rock and above deep-lying, brackish ground water.
  • If we want to avert a very deep recession it is absolutely vital that these psychological factors are reversed.
  • Both were well known in this close-knit community and deepest sympathy is extended to their families.
  • But either way, placater or elitist, he has headed us down an evil road by deepening a war we couldn ` t afford eight years ago when it started and certainly can ` t afford after the Bush-Cheney fiasco in Iraq. The Student Operated Press
  • Dozens of deep scars and pits ran across the length its snout.
  • The typical Ruby-crowned Kinglet nest is deep and is suspended from two hanging twigs.
  • In deep cellars stocked with winter ice the temperature was kept below eight degrees. Times, Sunday Times
  • When he looks at you like that, you feel like you're standing at the verge of a bottomless abyss, a void so deep that it has its own mystical gravitation.
  • A deep cut on her wrist was bleeding profusely.
  • The fact that I first met it as part of a pavlova didn't help: the deep clouds of snow-white sugar-cake need a fruit with a sting in its tail (the Antipodeans are bang on with their inclusion of passion fruit) if the dessert isn't to cloy. Tender delights
  • He fenced and boxed, but also played the cello, drew and had a deep appreciation of painting. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson
  • Officers used a digger to carve out a trench 10ft deep and 40ft long to get to the van. The Sun
  • Beauty is but skin deep.
  • The deep grief and guilt of the mother as well as the hatred and home-sickness of the daughter permeate the story and eventually melt away due to the abiding family love.
  • This is a small holopid with rounded whorls, deep sutures and a body whorl bearing coarse collabral threads.
  • I walked out of the theatre feeling a little odd, as I often do when I have been deeply immersed in a film.
  • It is the latter which is the deeper meaning of existentialism.
  • I was too much at risk from the smoulder of his irritability, sudden blazes of rage, to see his deep disappointment with life.
  • The cheese was bright and a good counter to the deep character of the beets.
  • Getting deeper into the study of morality showed me that human nature is very much two-sided; for every bad side to our nature, there's a good one.
  • It was then allowed to recover on the stringer in deeper water before being returned alive to grow on to even larger proportions.
  • The same mythologem is also active in Dylan's opus, where - with the inclusion of the deepest part of the psyche - came to the repetition and extension of the transformation process, explicitly expressed in Dylan's song "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again" from 1966: Expecting Rain
  • As we got closer, a face so old and cragged with such deep wrinkles they looked like sun-baked crevasses formed by thousand of years of standing in the wind and rain. Guanajuato restaurants
  • The implications are, in their way, deeply regressive. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am afraid to lose, I fear this time, and I love it but memories. I could not forget the sweat on the pitch with the sway of the brothers, forget accompany me cry close friend, and forget the bright Star of that everynight, and those words have touched me deeply.
  • Products such as ottomans and bathmats made from recycled flip-flops are "whimsical and interesting, but it's not doing things at the deepest level. Designer Trash
  • I open my eyes and there are her deep, cold, violet, malicious eyes, staring at me.
  • She took a deep breath and fiddled with the sapphire necklace hanging down below her collar bone.
  • I am deeply indebted to him for his help.
  • He loved all Jenny's children deeply-especially Ian, the wee gowk whose mixture of foolishness and pigheaded courage reminded him so much of himself at that age. Drums of Autumn
  • Price as tested is $44,600, including $8,525 in options Deep Sea Blue pearlescent paint, eight-speed Audi Tiptronic transmission, high-intensity discharge headlamps, power liftgate and onboard navigation with backup camera and an $875 destination charge. 2011 Audi Q5 2.0 T Quattro
  • He expanded this idea to the propose the ‘deep, hot biosphere’ which both generates methane and adds biogenic signatures to inorganic petroleum, and that part, at least, is looking more correct every year.
  • For some, the inexorable march of years and the pathos of mortality bring an inward, deep resentment. Christianity Today
  • The mud beneath my feet was soft and with every step, I sunk in to my ankle or deeper.
  • Central to the operation is a mile-deep well, dug originally to explore for oil.
  • Tribal traditions and a male-dominated reading of Islam have produced a deeply rooted ideology of women as temptresses, who must be kept under control to avoid "fitna" or social strife, thereby safeguarding the "peace of Islam. Ida Lichter, M.D.: Afghan Women's Movements Deserve More From the West
  • This has a deep ruby colour and complex range of flavours. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide
  • Then, the phrase had struck Vincent as doting and naive, but sometime during his stay in Toulio, as his grasp of the Chinese language deepened, and as he learned—or was forced to learn—from his mistakes, he had felt the title gain merit and accuracy. Heaven Lake
  • We must beware of the danger of confusing what is passionately and deeply wanted with what is a right.
  • Suddenly a deep voice boomed out from some of the trees nearby.
  • At a deeper level, they rowed about greed - guilt about greed and protection from supposedly greedy women.
  • Dravid was out attempting to hit a six, the ball landing with the deep midwicket fielder.
  • If you believe the media, England is consumed by a deep and soul-searching debate about the state of the national sport.
  • He dug the blade deep into the shallow indent that had been made and flung the dirt into a pile to his left.
  • A guttural sound broke from his chest when he felt her sheathe tugging him deeper, its slick clench undeniable. Dreams of a Dark Warrior
  • But when he stepped into it, his leg sank up to his knee, and he fell facefirst into a pool of water two feet deep. Rogue Wave
  • The buoyant mood of his audience was certainly out of kilter with the deep undercurrent of frustration evident elsewhere in Bournemouth this week.
  • The guest bedroom with a deep, recessed window to the front also benefits from en suite facilities and a fitted wardrobe.
  • Each day we make countless choices and live out deeply ingrained habits that all add up to a lifestyle. Christianity Today
  • The feeling of betrayal goes far deeper. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are chocks of assorted age and make, battered into shapeless bashies, as well as many fine #1 Friends, sunk and overcammed deep into fingercracks which refuse to give up their dead.
  • The club extend their deep gratitude to all who support the weekly draws.
  • a deep closet
  • His dark hair lay cropped close to his head like a monk's tonsure and his small black eyes sat deep within their sockets like tiny pieces of coal buried in a lump of snow.
  • Still, on watching the movie a good couple of decades since I last read the book, as much as I found it enjoyable enough, I couldn’t help but start to think through just what Lewis is saying here, in allegorical terms, just how it all turns on the idea that, by the rules of Deep Magic, Edmund must die. Thoughts on Narnia
  • Not just a gentle nibble as our Shetland sheep do lower down, but a strip of bark half an inch deep. Times, Sunday Times
  • a deep sigh
  • Choosing gifts together deepens your bond. The Sun
  • The club's general committee is understood to have been deeply divided over his appointment. Times, Sunday Times
  • It does cut deep that no one will get to see the real me. The Sun
  • Finally, the actual meal-ender: a tender, subtle Chinese snow pear deep-fried in a beignet-like crust. Magic.
  • Harrieth woke up and rubbed the sleep dust from her eyes, she yawned deeply, throwing her arms out to the side.
  • The shell surface is distinctly annulated along its sides, with broad annulae that are separated by deep narrow grooves.
  • The deep feeling and my lover can with very long time.
  • This old, and now rare traditional variety has deep, full-bodied apple aromas, which hold nothing back on a super juicy palate.
  • By night they roost in the gently flowing shallows of the Platte, shin-deep in cool water, or else on sandbars, giving them warning against any predator that might come splashing out.
  • All of the chairs had deep red covers put on them with the exception of the one at the head of the table.
  • His respect for produce runs deep, which helps explain what makes him an intuitive, natural chef. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spectacular Soviet successes in rocketry, beginning with Sputnik, sent the United States into a deep emotional depression.
  • Willoughby in outwearying: she asked herself how much she had gained by struggling: -- every effort seemed to expend her spirit's force, and rendered her less able to get the clear vision of her prospects, as though it had sunk her deeper: the contrary of her intention to make each further step confirm her liberty. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • Men have been unwearied in their efforts to obscure the plain, simple meaning of the Scriptures, and to make them contradict their own testimony; but like the ark upon the billowy deep, the word of God outrides the storms that threaten it with destruction. The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan
  • She was a pretty vessel: schooner-rigged, very low in the water, and -- as we found out when we took her -- of very deep draught; broad in the beam, and ` flush-decked 'fore and aft, with no raised fore or after castles. Across the Spanish Main A Tale of the Sea in the Days of Queen Bess
  • In deeper waters, not enough light penetrates the depths, which means the reef's main food producers, algae and plankton, cannot photosynthesize.
  • These would need to be based upon deeper and deeper insights into the nature of the mathematics involved.
  • He did a two-year masonry and tiling course after leaving school before joining the crew of a deep-sea fishing boat. Times, Sunday Times
  • In deep snow, a pair of gaiters is also useful to prevent snow from cascading over your boot tops.
  • He could feel himself changing, deep inside, he could feel his innards moving around, readjusting, transforming.
  • Before the day was out, a deep low pressure system moved towards southwest Ireland. Times, Sunday Times
  • The employee needs to probe deeply and almost overcommunicate why they wanted to leave and see if it will change in the future," says Peter Vergano, senior manager of human-resources strategic staffing for Samsung Electronics Americas. When to Take a Counteroffer From Your Employer
  • Not only does this process have much capital behind it - fed by the deep-pocket venture capital organizations of Silicon Valley an hour to the south - but it has its epigones in the press.
  • His team pulled the sled deep into the night, Jason shouting orders left and right while he stood on the runners at the back of the sled.
  • The beak is smoth, black, convex and cultrated; one and 1/8 inches from the point to the opening of the chaps and 3/4 only uncovered with feathers; the upper chap exceeds the other a little in length. a few small black hairs garnish the sides of the base of the upper chap. the eye is of a uniform deep sea green or black, moderately large. it's legs feet and tallons are white; the legs are an inch and a 1/4 in length and smoth; four toes on each foot, of which that in front is the same length with the leg including the length of the tallon, which is 4 lines; the three remaining toes are The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806
  • However, acaricides do not penetrate far enough to kill mites deep inside the mattress and so are not as effective as when used on carpeting.
  • The single engine, semi-displacement hull form with deep forefoot and a long deep keel actually more closely resembles Down East-style workboats and cruisers.
  • Or, if there are sea monsters out there, they may be hidden in the deeps.
  • The journey takes you to Denali, travelling deep into the natural habitat of bears, moose, caribou and wolves.
  • toiling coal miners in the black deeps
  • The lymphatic vessels of the tongue may be divided into four groups: (1) apical, from the tip of the tongue to the suprahyoid glands and principal gland of the tongue; (2) lateral, from the margin of the tongue—some of these pierce the Mylohyoideus to end in the submaxillary glands, others pass down on the Hyoglossus to the superior deep cervical glands; (3) basal, from the region of the vallate papillæ to the superior deep cervical glands; and (4) median, a few of which perforate the Mylohyoideus to reach the submaxillary glands, while the majority turn around the posterior border of the muscle to enter the superior deep cervical glands. VIII. The Lymphatic System. 3. The Lymphatics of the Head, Face, and Neck
  • The avenue had never been paved, and deep mud made it impassable in winter.
  • We deeply apologize for...
  • This wall was originally incrusted with rich marbles, and the great dome, adorned with deep coffering in rectangular panels, was decorated with rosettes and mouldings in gilt stucco. A Text-Book of the History of Architecture Seventh Edition, revised
  • The researchers were therefore surprised to discover that foraminiferan tests sampled from the Challenger Deep contained calcareous components, including the dissolved remnants of coccoliths, the calcium carbonate plates of tiny algae called coccolithophores, and planktonic foraminiferan test fragments. innovations-report
  • The so-called audience learns about the proposer herself, measures her credibility, considers her ideas, and deepens her understanding of the current exigency as the rhetor sees it.
  • His comments need careful consideration, particularly given his deep understanding of commercial cases and his outspoken criticism in some serious fraud cases. Times, Sunday Times
  • General sorting categories are whites, light colors, bright or deep-colored materials, permanent press, delicates, and clothes for the dry cleaners.
  • Similarly Wang missed the gang era of the late 1970s and early 1980s when those children whose parents had been sent deep into the countryside for re-education formed their own cadres of street toughs.
  • Scientists believe the magnetic field is generated deep inside the Earth where the heat of the planet's solid inner core churns a liquid outer core of iron and nickel.
  • The fabric of society has been deeply damaged by the previous regime.
  • In order to mine the deep pipes in which diamonds were found, capital, technology, and control of water were all-important.
  • The fact is, these very welcome props to Mildred Loving and her husband Richard are deeply, abidingly, and intrinsically progressive values. Evan Derkacz: Historical Revisionism Jujitsu: Religious Right Celebrates End of Interracial Marriage Ban
  • This is rapidly emerging as a deeply divisive political issue, although it has yet to burst into the open. Times, Sunday Times
  • The tenor saxophonist's rousing stomps and sensitive ballads are deeply imprinted in his fans' memories.
  • Peter expected high standards, but his sometimes austere manner veiled a deep concern for people and an insight into the human condition.
  • Heat the oil and deep-fry the fish fillets.
  • The fourth stage is the deepest form of sleep during which the patient is the least arousable. WN.com - Articles related to Get your beauty sleep
  • In addition, a huge thickness of foredeep clastic rock in southern foreland basin is a favorable place of exploration of deep-basin gas and carbon dioxide gas pools.
  • She heard his words, and felt them, a breath across her temple, a deep reverberation in his chest. SCANDAL'S BRIDE
  • I think it might be one of those weekends where I keep myself to myself, inhale deeply and exhale loudly, and stare at the ceiling.
  • The BMW M6 has deeper front valance with air intakes for the engine and brakes, more contoured sills and rear valance that includes a diffuser to increase aerodynamic efficiency.
  • Mentally recollecting myself, I took a deep breath and said coolly, ‘Andrew, please leave.’
  • The rest of the book is a rampant cornucopia of sickness and murders as the noble hero, Dr. Alex Cross, attempts to find Casanova's victims, hidden deep in Casanova's sex caves. It's A Good Thing He Can't Blow My Mind
  • She nodded snuggling deeper into the blankets and stealing their warmth.
  • Deep down, this great patriot and cricketer has taken no pleasure from one humiliation after another. Times, Sunday Times
  • Enveloped in that smell, I would play grown up and sit in the office sometimes, studiously recording the numbers of the vehicles that came in for work on the twin ramps over the six-foot-deep pit where the mufflers were installed.
  • I stand on a wood block to lower the bar even farther, then pull it deep into my midsection, again squeezing for a three-count.
  • In many cultures, water is not just a necessity of life, it has a deep spiritual significance, too.
  • I would like to express my deep sense of gratitude to the staff for their patience.
  • Ashlee just shrugged the criticism off as usual, but deep down I know it hurts her.
  • Love led to activity in four areas buried deep within the older parts of the brain. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings
  • And then the bassos smote the air with deep sounds: The Man Who Was Afraid
  • Gladiator breathed deeply, taking off his red vest briefly and fanning himself with it.
  • I have found criticism to be a deeply enriching, but not always comfortable exploration of the text of Scripture.
  • Smith concurs when it comes to upping his inventory of salmon-coral and deep hued pink wines.
  • Her words push me to recall a dietitian's comments when I revealed my plan to taste deep-fried pizza. undefined
  • Deep navy, in contrast, is less demanding, and leaves a bit more colour in a blonde's cheeks.
  • Tayrah took a deep breath and smothered the anger she felt approaching and then quickly changed the subject.
  • Appearance: bubblier than Perkuno's Hammer; a deep mahogany with substantial, but wispy tan head Archive 2008-02-01
  • The stream had cut a deep rift in the rock.
  • At its deepest I reckoned the water might be waist high.
  • The girl cast another glance behind, took a deep breath and stepped forward.
  • Before going on stage, I breathe deeply and think positive thoughts.
  • Deeply embedded within her mind is a node of pure Elemental energy.
  • He slumped forward, the knife buried deep in his chest.
  • Fox just digs itself deeper into the hole, alongside the republican party. bri fla Networks respond to false Fox ad
  • But our members have made it clear their deep well of goodwill is running dry.
  • The doctor told him to breathe in deeply and then breathe out.
  • Workers had toiled to move dirt to fill in the deeper puddles and the match was able to proceed with two days of fast shooting in excellent weather.
  • She ran away with the show as Liu, bringing clarity to both her deepest, most vociferous registers and to her challenging tremolos over sostenuto in the highest notes.
  • When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves. In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature. Sigmund Freud 
  • He was soon drawn deeply into studies of how the small variations in carotenoid structures are involved in biological functions. Richard Kuhn and the Chemical Institute: Double Bonds and Biological Mechanisms
  • Upon it, in lieu of the dogged, black – visaged ruffian they had expected to behold, there lay a mere child: worn with pain and exhaustion, and sunk into a deep sleep. Oliver Twist
  • The tiny village of Clonegal nestles in a picturesque valley, deep in the lush, rolling countryside where counties Carlow, Wexford and Wicklow meet.
  • Well, how about a forested planet with the deeply "connected" natives, a human military raid on a huge tree-city and a subsequent retaliation of natives ... some scenes seem incredibly familiar, even though Le Guin plot is markedly deeper and more sophisticated. 10 Possible Sources of "Avatar" in Classic Science Fiction
  • The new system was as deep and mysterious as its chromatic code name implied.
  • But the mantra serves mainly to remind me of my deep attachment to the nubble.
  • A couple of phone calls, arranged by a deep-sea diver I came to know while working on a story on the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua, led me to an alternately boastful and paranoidly surreptitious man named Steve. The Lampshade
  • Chomsky and the deep structure of language, yeah, that is what you are referring to.
  • In particular, light measurements are performed at sunset because increased prey and predator interactions occur at twilight, when animals previously hidden in the deep, aphotic (without light) zone migrate vertically up to the surface. Scientific American
  • Dark brows winged out in perfect arches above her deep set eyes. JUST BETWEEN US
  • She heaved a deep , heartfelt sigh.
  • The web of life, the biocenose, the biotic community, the ecosystem — all terms relating to the same kinds of concept — have broadened and deepened the opportunities for studying the relation of nature and culture, particularly changes in the natu - ral order. ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE
  • His eyebrows beetled, and he slipped into a deep sleep, with the music of Total Package playing in his ears.
  • Whatever one believes, the accident has left deep anxiety among sailors who have just graduated from naval training and are about to ship out.
  • If you're interested in anything deeper than cable gimcrackery, I recommend giving it a read. David Roberts: Cleaning Some of the Fox Off of Van Jones
  • Time will never change my love that is far more than you know.And it keeps growing deeper and deeper as days come and go.Happy birthday,my love!
  • The brainstem consists of the midbrain, pons and medulla, structures located deep in the back of the brain.
  • I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life!
  • May I again assure you how deeply grateful I am to you for having given me the opportunity of coming amongst you today. The Record of the Canadian Cavalry Brigade
  • DEEP in the rolling Hampshire countryside is a farm that produces cheese from a steaming herd of buffalo. The Sun
  • Deep growls and explosions thundered through the air as clouds of black volcanic ash coated the surroundings.
  • The road was deeply rutted and pooled with rain.
  • Set them just an inch or two deeper than they were in the pot. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then it struck her that he was in a state of deep abstraction. COME AND BE KILLED
  • My demise was once plotted here, deep in this dark sombre forest. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was motivated by deep religious conviction.
  • His head was hidden under a blue blanket, but deep sighs were audible. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are knee-deep in gelid gray water, with food and clothing, skinned seagulls and whale blubber, sheepskins and oilskins - the ancient flotsam of death at sea - sloshing about them.
  • The path, when we get down again into the tree-fern region, is inches deep in mud and water, and several places where we have a drop of five feet or so over lumps of rock are worse work going down than we found them going up, especially when we have to drop down on to amomum stems. Travels in West Africa
  • I also saw a large tree and obtained specimens of it, belonging to the natural order BIGNONIACEAE, with terminal spikes of yellow flowers, and rough cordate leaves; and a proteaceous plant with long compound racemes of white flowers, and deeply cut leaves, resembling a tree with true pinnate leaves. Narrative of an expedition undertaken for the exploration of the country lying between Rockingham Bay and Cape York
  • As diatoms collect on the ocean floor and are buried deeper and deeper, they are compressed and changed from a form known as diatomite, which is used in swimming pool filters, to opal.
  • Then you dip it in batter and deep fry it before sprinkling icing sugar on top. The Sun
  • Try siphonophores, gelatinous animals that live in the deep sea, whose abundance is only now being measured by scientists in Monterey Bay, but may take the prize.
  • His voice had a deep timbre.
  • In the wake of this summit he must rethink these deeply damaging proposals. Times, Sunday Times
  • The secret of a good momory is attention, and attention to a subject depends upon our interest in it-- We rarely forget that which has made a deep impression on our minds. 
  • He has a large, generous face with deep lines.
  • He had almost finished this particular cow and the bucket was full almost to the brim, in fact some of the deep froth (the sign of a good milker) was almost but not quite spilling over.
  • It seems the Yellow Sword prefers the quiet backwater streams to the large deep rivers.
  • With the deepening of grain circulating system innovation, grain logistics' development becomes emergency.
  • The two souls, deeply attached to each other, stand aloof from other members of the family.
  • At the heart of all this is a deep-seated ambivalence about government which runs deep in the Australian psyche.
  • The board has so misconducted the affairs of the company that it's deep in debt.
  • He pointed to where the hills began to grow into baby-mountains, a place already deep in shadow.
  • Those who fish for lobster dive longer and deeper, just to make money to buy more cocaine.
  • Noblemen weren't supposed to be afraid of such things, but that didn't change the fact that the deep, caliginous mist was just plain creepy. Mistborn
  • The Glen Lyon Millennium Event takes the form of a horseshoe route which follows an old peat track past a flowing burn, replete with deep pools, rockfalls and ancient trees.
  • She felt her mother's death very deeply.
  • We were talking about something deep then you went back to the shallow end. Times, Sunday Times
  • In this new country, there are not the old, well-fortified lines of trenches with deep dug-outs. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mandeep attempted to explain that his patka was not a hat, but rather an article of faith that must remain on his head.
  • She was a wisp of a woman, barely taller than my shoulders, with silvery hair and deep blue eyes.
  • But he suffered bad hepatomegaly and edema—and deep depression. Wild Swans
  • Mr Adams is no agitprop merchant; his music would be deeply boring if he was.

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