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  • n. Plural form of deep.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • For to the hearing of these loungers clung that hint of greater things which is never lacking to those who have called the deeps of man's nature to the conquering.

    The Silent Places

  • 'Stenthin' almost Wobble-esque dub deeps, the propulsive warble of 'Malturi Sa', the more Geir Janssen than Geir Janssen glacial sweep of 'Gissander' and at times an overall queasiness that feels like Cluster refracted backwards through an Aphex Twin distorting mirror.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • But the fact that Let's Go Play at the Adams 'is so open to different levels of interpretation confirms my belief that Johnson was a writer of considerable talent to intertwine these themes and create a novel with such' deeps '.

    Mendal Johnson (part 2)

  • A few of these, technically called "deeps," are about six miles deep, in which Mount Everest would be engulfed.

    The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4) A Plain Story Simply Told

  • Scientists have identified another mishap that can result from sex in the dark after filming creatures that live in the deeps of the Pacific Ocean.

    Male squid seeks mate of either sex for fun in the dark

  • But in the Old Testament we read “Praise the LORD from the earth, ye dragons, and all deeps” (Psa 148: 7 KJV) and “The beast of the field shall honour me, the dragons and the owls” (Isa 43: 20 KJV).

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • No doubt these miserable villagers, with lives barely worth the few boney fish they hauled daily, were superstitious on top of their misery, thinking the wearied traveler a reaper out for their souls, or a ghoul from the deeps hungry for their flesh.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Near Death on the High Seas is a book that will take you across the icy cold seas of the world, through torrential storms and typhoons, as well as the horrors of the deeps; all from the comfort of the comfortable seat you choose to be sitting in at this moment.

    2010 March 10 « The BookBanter Blog

  • Try reading aloud this description of some Greater Scaup ducks in winter: Late in the day when the light is puddle-shallow and even the deeps feel thin and narrow, the ducks gather in. . .

    Coastal Disturbances

  • He feels that there is something godlike in the mysterious deeps of his being, denies his relationship with the brute, and proceeds to go forth into the world and express by deeds that something godlike within him.

    The Somnambulists


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