Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of deep: more deep

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Examples

  • The draft has also taken out the phrase "deeper integration in the internal market," reflecting the fact that it should be signed by the 17 euro-zone members and nine other EU member states—every EU member state except the U.K., which wants to avoid the single market becoming conflated with the new inter-governmental agreement.

    EU Treaty Draft Offers Wriggle Room

  • It is rather the soul than the hand, the man than the technique, which appeals to us, -- the more human the call the deeper is our response.

    The Book of Tea

  • "If he be only a base itinerant harper," replied the king, "the deeper is my disgrace; for, if a passion of another kind than music be not portrayed in every word of this artful letter, I never read a woman's heart!"

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • It caps a three-month drive by Merkel to lock tighter budget discipline into treaties as part of what she calls the "deeper integration" needed to support the euro.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • To compensate for the diminishing supply, oil companies have been attempting to reach reserves in deeper and more dangerous waters - often with environmentally catastrophic consequences.

    Bianca Jagger: Now Is the Time to Move Beyond Petroleum

  • Useless against something in deeper tissues or the bloodstream.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Prepping for Pucka.

  • They will hole up in deeper holes with less current and they will change their appetite.

    Where do all the trout go when the water is cold?

  • And it also lowers the water temp, which can put fish back in deeper water.

    what effect does rain have on saltwater fishing

  • And they came out in deeper debt, with inflamed senses and burning brains, and an unsatisfied craving for drink they would do anything to satiate.

    THE GHETTO

  • The audience saw him totter and his knees give, and then saw him recover and tuck his chin deeper into the shelter of his left shoulder.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

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