Example sentences for: deeply

How can you use “deeply” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • So often, in fact, that I have been forced to assume the new identity of the more acceptable Jarn Thorwup when dealing with any of the name takers so deeply entrenched in the American way of doing things.

  • They are hilarious, but they're also slightly guilt-inducing, because the author is deeply nasty about his fellow man.

  • Another deeply discontented country was Turkey, which, after 34 years of struggle to be accepted as a potential member of the European Union, was told by the European summit in Luxembourg last weekend that it still isn't considered a suitable candidate.

  • Also, it's the Post that has a named Israeli source saying it was Netanyahu himself who directed the assassination plan, and that makes it clear the U.S. was deeply involved in the post-botch negotiations resulting in Israel's surrendering of the antidote to the poison they used in the mission and in the release from prison of the spiritual head of Hamas.

  • You mention her "optimism"; I would prefer the word "cheer," for I think Powell was deeply pessimistic in many ways--in the grand old Stoical manner--and that it was this pessimism that permitted her to throw herself into life and living with such abandon.


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