Example sentences for: deep

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

  • A band of rainforest blocks out the view until you emerge at 1,300 m (4,300 ft) on the narrow rim of a huge crater (technically a caldera or collapsed volcano), 11 km (7 miles) across and about 200 m (660 ft) deep.

  • Oxford publishes a slightly smaller version which they call their Pocket English Dictionary, though one is likely to find himself in deep disagreement with his tailor if he wanted a pocket large enough to hold the book.

  • The near-global stock market plunge, with an especially deep crisis in Moscow, leads at USA Today , the Los Angeles Times , and the New York Times . A behind-the-scenes look at the just-unsealed ruling against the White House's use of executive privilege in the Monica Lewinsky investigation leads at the Washington Post (and is the top national story at the NYT , LAT and USAT ).

  • Others of Carroll's verbal concoctions are now found in our dictionaries, such as slithy (probably from slither ), gyre (from gyrate, perhaps), and chortle utter a low, deep laugh.

  • In politics, you're in deep trouble as soon as you question the war on drugs.


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