deeper deeper  /ˈdi pər/


  1. (adv) to a great depth psychologically
  2. (adv) to a great depth;far down



  1. She loves knowing that her advice will save people from getting deeper into financial trouble.
  2. In the churches, a combination of deeper compassion and better theology has moved many pastors and congregations away from the partisan politics of the Religious Right.
  3. PTI'S economists see scant price relief, more unemployed It will be longer and deeper than even the pessimists were predicting only a short time.


  1. Adding It All Up: Why EV Energy Partners' Reserves Matter

    As you look deeper at EV Energy's reserves, two areas really stick out. The question you need to answer is if these could lead to more risk that you are willing to take.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

  2. Italy sees no more fiscal tightening despite deficit problems

    ROME (Reuters) - A deeper-than-expected recession is hurting Italy's public finances but it can still keep the budget deficit below 3 percent of output without more fiscal tightening, Economy Minister ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Senator says program goes deeper than believed

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A leading Republican senator on Tuesday described controversial U.S. spy programs as looking far deeper into Americans' phone records than the Obama administration has been willing to admit, fueling new privacy concerns as Congress sought to defend the surveillance systems.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News


  1. "If the just-say-no crowd had won out - if we had done things that way - we'd be in a deeper world of hurt," said Mr. Obama.
    on May 18, 2010 By: Barack Obama Source: CBS News

  2. "The tough times are hitting us far faster, wider and deeper than expected," said Katsuaki Watanabe, Toyota's president. "This is an unprecedented crisis requiring urgent action."
    on Dec 22, 2008 By: Katsuaki Watanabe Source: New York Times

  3. Senator Reid said that while Libby had been convicted of perjury, his trail "revealed deeper truths about Vice-President Cheney's role in this sordid affair".
    on Mar 7, 2007 By: Harry Reid Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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