- n the extent downward or backward or inward
the depth of the water
depth of a shelf
depth of a closet
- n degree of psychological or intellectual profundity
- n (usually plural) the deepest and most remote part
from the depths of darkest Africa
signals received from the depths of space
- n (usually plural) a low moral state
he had sunk to the depths of addiction
- n the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
- n the attribute or quality of being deep, strong, or intense
the depth of his breathing
the depth of his sighs," "the depth of his emotion
- Until we understand the depth and power of this conflict, any action we take, even with all the best intentions in the world, is likely only to make things worse.
- Dai Bingguo, special envoy of Chinese President Hu Jintao, had a "candid and in-depth exchange of views" on bilateral, regional and international issues with the North's Fist Vice .
- Its depth was below 400 ft.
- Sam Mendes in guardian.co.uk
Mendes, who made her his Tony-award winning Sally Bowles in his Broadway version of Cabaret, said: "Natasha combined the best of Redgrave and Richardson: the enormous depth and emotional force of a great actor on the one hand, and the intelligence...
- Benjamin Netanyahu in Daily Caller
The reports about the demise of the special US-Israel relationship aren't just premature. They're just flat wrong,Netanyahu said, sitting in the Oval Office to Obama's left and speaking to reporters in English. "There's a depth and...
- Vicente del Bosque in The Canadian Press
The match was extremely intense,Spain coach Vicente del Bosque said. "In the second half, we were better than Portugal. We had greater depth in our play, and we controlled the game very well."