Definition of Profounder

1. Adjective. (obsolete) (comparative of profound) ¹



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Definition of Profounder

1. profound [adj] - See also: profound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Profounder

profligated
profligately
profligateness
profligates
profligating
profligation
profligatory
profluence
profluent
proform
proforma
proformas
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profounder (current term)
profoundest
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profoundness
profoundnesses
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profs
profulgent
profundities
profundity
profuse

Literary usage of Profounder

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1. Mind (1902)
"THE long list of this successful writer's books contains no volume of greater importance or profounder helpfulness than " LIFE AND POWER FROM WITHIN. ..."

2. First Impressions of England and Its People by Hugh Miller (1860)
"The profounder Theologians of the Day not Anti-Geologists. —Geologic Fact in reality of a kind fitted to perform important Work in the two Theologies, ..."

3. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1892)
"But from the book of Lamentations we may draw a profounder resemblance. Jeremiah in this book attempted to solve the twin mysteries of suffering and sin; ..."

4. Plato by Alfred Edward Taylor (1908)
"... sort anticipates Copernicus, he has no presage of the infinitely profounder thought of Galileo and Newton. ..."

5. Wisdom and Destiny by Maurice Maeterlinck (1906)
"Hamlet, bewailing his fate on the brink of the gulf, seems profounder, imbued with more passion, than Antoninus Pius, whose tranquil gaze rests on the ..."

6. After Death--what? by Madison Clinton Peters (1908)
"... know deeper joys than we have ever experienced, learn profounder truths than we ever dreamed of, live in a holier love and in the clear light of endless ..."

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