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  • adjective superlative form of shallow: most shallow.

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Examples

  • He counted them in his head, even as the shallowest breath she drew acted like a spur to his growing excitement.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Compared to a decade ago, the big three evening newscasts have seen their audiences decline to a combined audience of about 23 million this season, with NBC seeing the shallowest decline.

    CBS, Couric Talks Draw Near

  • And considering that this was the shallowest recession EVER, how can you even say that the tax cuts failed?

    Did the Bush Tax Cut Fail?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The ducks sleep these nights in the shallowest water which does not freeze, and there may be found early in the morning.

    Thoreau T-Shirt Givaway: Deadline July 12

  • Twitter is a public forum, a virtual town square, and there are no requirements save having some kind of electronic device upon which to type your deepest -- or shallowest -- thoughts.

    Steven Weber: Trickle-Down Ugly

  • Well, ifyou take the 26% of clueless morons who actually thought Bush was doing a good job at the end of his term and add in another handful of people who think she's "hot" "sassy" or "cute" you have 38% of the shallowest humans possible.

    CNN Poll: Favorable view of Palin dipping

  • He counted them in his head, even as the shallowest breath she drew acted like a spur to his growing excitement.

    Earl of Durkness

  • He counted them in his head, even as the shallowest breath she drew acted like a spur to his growing excitement.

    Earl of Durkness

  • And even the shallowest reader is easily able to read the critique/review critically, i.e., reject it.

    More on Critique

  • Twitter is a public forum, a virtual town square, and there are no requirements save having some kind of electronic device upon which to type your deepest -- or shallowest -- thoughts.

    Steven Weber: Trickle-Down Ugly

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