Definition of Deepness

1. Noun. The intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas.

Exact synonyms: Astuteness, Depth, Profoundness, Profundity
Generic synonyms: Sapience, Wisdom
Derivative terms: Deep, Profound, Profound



2. Noun. The quality of being physically deep. "The profundity of the mine was almost a mile"
Exact synonyms: Profoundness, Profundity
Generic synonyms: Depth
Specialized synonyms: Bottomlessness
Derivative terms: Deep, Deep, Profound, Profound
Antonyms: Shallowness

3. Noun. The extent downward or backward or inward. "Depth of a closet"
Exact synonyms: Depth
Generic synonyms: Extent
Specialized synonyms: Profoundness, Profundity, Draft, Draught, Penetration, Sounding, Shallowness
Attributes: Deep, Shallow, Deep, Shallow

4. Noun. A low pitch that is loud and voluminous.
Generic synonyms: Low Frequency, Low Pitch
Derivative terms: Deep

Definition of Deepness

1. n. The state or quality of being deep, profound, mysterious, secretive, etc.; depth; profundity; -- opposed to shallowness.

Definition of Deepness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being deep (either physically or metaphorically) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Deepness

1. the quality of being deep [n -ES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deepness

deepens
deeper
deepest
deepfelt
deepfreezes
deepfreezing
deepfroze
deepfrozen
deepie
deepies
deepish
deepities
deepity
deeply
deepmost
deepness (current term)
deepnesses
deeps
deepthroated
deepthroating
deepthroats
deepwater
deepwater cardinalfish
deepwater habitat
deepwater pipefish
deepwater prawn
deepwater prawns
deepwater squirrelfish
deer

Literary usage of Deepness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sermons Preached at Brighton by Frederick William Robertson (1871)
"... they sprung up, because they had no deepness of earth : And when the sun was up, they were scorched ; and because they had no root, they withered away. ..."

2. Sermons: Preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton by Frederick William Robertson (1861)
"... because they had no deepness of earth: And when the sun wns up, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away. ..."

3. Essays on Chivalry, Romance, and the Drama by Walter Scott (1887)
"We find them repeatedly mentioned, and with a deepness of denunciation on their practices which seems to authorize their being held up to detestation by ..."

4. Notes on the Gospels, critical and explanatory by Melancthon Williams Jacobus (1862)
"5 Some fell upon stony places, where they had not much earth ; and forthwith they sprung up, because they had no deepness of earth: 6 And when the sun was ..."

5. A Dictionary for Primary Schools by Noah Webster (1838)
"Depth, n. deepness, profundity. De-sery', t>. É. to discover. De-pul'-sion,na driving away. De-sery'-ing, ppr» seeing first. De-puls'-o-ry, a. driving away ..."

6. A Commentary, Critical, Expository and Practical, on the Gospels of Matthew by John Jason Owen (1857)
"... flat rocks because they had no deepness of earth : 7 And some fell among thorns ; and the thorns sprung up, and choked them : 6 And when the sun was up, ..."

7. The Penny Pulpit: A Collection of Accurately Reported Sermons by the Most (1859)
"One is the greatness of God in his works, the other the deepness of God in his thoughts. ... But as to the latter, as to the deepness of God's thoughts, ..."

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