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1. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] the extent downward or backward or inward.

Synonyms

  • shallow
  • sounding
  • deepness
  • profundity
  • extent
  • penetration
  • draft
  • draught
  • shallowness
  • profoundness

Antonyms

  • deepness
  • shallow
  • exoteric
  • small

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))

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How do you pronounce depth?

Pronounce depth as dɛpθ.

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Sentences with depth


1. Noun, singular or mass
Determine the water depth where you fish.

Quotes about depth


1. The nation that complacently and fearfully allows its artists and writers to become suspected rather than respected is no longer regarded as a nation possessed with humor or depth.
- James Thurber

2. In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.
- Albert Camus

3. Well, I believe that the depth of your struggle can determine the height of your success. I was inspired to come out of everything I've been through and end up in a place where I never thought that I would be.
- R. Kelly

2. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] degree of psychological or intellectual profundity.

Synonyms

  • profundity
  • degree
  • level
  • shallowness
  • profoundness
  • superficiality

Antonyms

  • profundity
  • fathomable
  • explicable
  • natural elevation

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] (usually plural) the deepest and most remote part.

Synonyms

  • back of beyond
  • region

Antonyms

  • artless
  • end
  • beginning

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas.

Synonyms

  • deepness
  • profundity
  • wisdom
  • astuteness
  • profoundness

Antonyms

  • mild
  • narrow
  • superficial
  • close

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] the attribute or quality of being deep, strong, or intense.

Antonyms

  • colorless

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. depth

noun. ['ˈdɛpθ'] (usually plural) a low moral state.

Synonyms

  • abjection
  • degradation

Antonyms

  • profound
  • inaudible
  • shallowness

Etymology

  • depthe (Middle English (1100-1500))
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