Definition of Profundities

1. Noun. (plural of profundity) ¹



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Definition of Profundities

1. profundity [n] - See also: profundity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Profundities

proforms
profound
profounded
profounder
profoundest
profounding
profoundly
profoundly deaf
profoundness
profoundnesses
profounds
profre
profred
profs
profulgent
profundities (current term)
profundity
profuse
profused
profusely
profuseness
profusenesses
profuser
profusers
profusion
profusions
profusive
prog
prog rock
progenerate

Literary usage of Profundities

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1. The Minister as Shepherd by Charles Edward Jefferson (1912)
"There are two kinds of profundities, book profundities and everyday profundities. ... These are the profundities of the books, but the profundities of ..."

2. The Presbyterian Magazine edited by Cortlandt Van Rensselaer (1854)
"We see in these " profundities," however, nothing more than what any literary charlatan might display after roving over the world 10 or 20 years, ..."

3. The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany (1824)
"... insult, and scandal to this enlightened age;* and that this the adjudication and declaration of your profundities shall be received and respected, ..."

4. European Dramatists by Archibald Henderson (1913)
"There were depths, profundities in Strindberg's nature, both as man and artist, which called to answering depths, profundities in human consciousness. ..."

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