American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Being so far below the surface as to be unsusceptible to superficial examination, study, or treatment: a deep-seated infection.
- adj. Deeply rooted; ingrained: deep-seated ideological differences.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Far removed from the surface; deeply rooted or lodged; firmly implanted: as, a deep-sealed disease; deep-seated prejudice.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. same as deep-rooted.
- adj. (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held
- deep + seated (Wiktionary)
“So stark and repulsive is the poverty, and so thoroughly alienated have the people become, that even this contested election can be seen as little more than an outlet for the expression of deep-seated grievances.”
“In another expression of deep-seated suspicion of Beijing's intentions toward the U.S., the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., said Chinese efforts to steal U.S. technology via the Internet have reached what he called an "intolerable level.”
“In another expression of deep-seated suspicion of Beijing's intentions toward the U.S., Rep. Mike Rogers, Republican chairman of the House intelligence committee, said Chinese efforts to steal U.S. technology via the Internet have reached what he called an "intolerable level.”
“Resentment against Nato for its military intervention on the side of the Kosovo rebels in 1999 remains deep-seated, which is why most Serbs fiercely oppose any moves to join the North Atlantic alliance.”
“We suspect that the change in attitudes toward homosexuality, and gay marriage particularly, is a deep-seated and enduring shift.”
“Few issues spur deep-seated change in the partisan makeup of the general population.”
“In the real estate market, which is the symptom of America's deep-seated economic malaise, the double dip has already arrived.”
“You may have released some deep-seated feelings you have about your life and your financial standing.”
“When, for instance, Mr. Beck posits the outrageous notion that President Barack Obama "has a deep-seated hatred for white people, or white culture," including, say, his mother and the grandparents who raised him, Beck sounds like a madman to most of us.”
“As with most polling on substantive issues, what the results show is more a reaction to the way the pollster describes the policy than a deep-seated opinion on the issue at hand.”
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