Synonyms for deepdip

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. deep(noun)

    the central and most intense or profound part

    Synonyms:
    trench, oceanic abyss

    Antonyms:
    little, narrow, light, high, ankle-deep, shoaly, explicable, shallow, colorless, small, mild, shelfy, reefy, wakeful, exoteric, high-pitched, close, superficial, knee-deep, shelvy, colourless, artless, thin, neritic, fordable

  2. trench, deep, oceanic abyss(noun)

    a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor

    Synonyms:
    trench, deep, oceanic abyss

    Antonyms:
    high-pitched, colourless, small, shallow, fordable, reefy, little, wakeful, thin, narrow, shelvy, shelfy, colorless, close, high, mild, exoteric, knee-deep, shoaly, ankle-deep, explicable, superficial, light, neritic, artless

  3. deep(adj)

    literary term for an ocean

    Synonyms:
    trench, oceanic abyss

    Antonyms:
    shallow, colourless, shoaly, high, close, thin, small, knee-deep, neritic, fordable, mild, ankle-deep, little, reefy, light, shelvy, artless, superficial, narrow, wakeful, high-pitched, colorless, shelfy, exoteric, explicable

  4. deep(adj)

    relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    high-pitched, light, close, thin, wakeful, shallow, colorless, shelfy, narrow, little, mild, neritic, small, high, superficial, shelvy, knee-deep, exoteric, shoaly, explicable, fordable, colourless, ankle-deep, artless, reefy

  5. deep(adj)

    marked by depth of thinking

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    little, mild, reefy, exoteric, thin, explicable, colorless, high, close, shoaly, artless, narrow, ankle-deep, fordable, light, colourless, knee-deep, wakeful, superficial, shallow, shelvy, high-pitched, neritic, small, shelfy

  6. deep(adj)

    having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    high, fordable, explicable, superficial, little, wakeful, shallow, mild, shelvy, ankle-deep, small, close, reefy, high-pitched, light, neritic, artless, shoaly, narrow, thin, shelfy, colourless, knee-deep, exoteric, colorless

  7. deep(adj)

    very distant in time or space

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    exoteric, shelfy, shallow, light, little, high, shoaly, shelvy, small, close, wakeful, reefy, mild, artless, knee-deep, colourless, ankle-deep, high-pitched, explicable, neritic, fordable, superficial, thin, narrow, colorless

  8. deep(adj)

    extreme

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    mild, shelfy, high-pitched, neritic, reefy, small, shelvy, light, colorless, fordable, high, shallow, artless, colourless, superficial, little, narrow, knee-deep, ankle-deep, shoaly, wakeful, exoteric, thin, explicable, close

  9. bass, deep(adj)

    having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, deep, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    knee-deep, thin, fordable, narrow, colorless, small, reefy, explicable, mild, light, high, close, superficial, little, shelvy, exoteric, ankle-deep, artless, shoaly, wakeful, shallow, neritic, colourless, high-pitched, shelfy

  10. deep, rich(adj)

    strong; intense

    Synonyms:
    bass, mystifying, fat, robust, recondite, full-bodied, cryptical, copious, deep, cryptic, racy, inscrutable, abstruse, productive, ample, rich, fertile, mysterious, plentiful, thick, plenteous

    Antonyms:
    wakeful, reefy, little, shoaly, fordable, colorless, exoteric, shelfy, neritic, shallow, colourless, high, narrow, mild, close, small, knee-deep, artless, thin, high-pitched, ankle-deep, superficial, explicable, shelvy, light

  11. deep(adj)

    relatively thick from top to bottom

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    shelvy, high-pitched, wakeful, fordable, superficial, reefy, shallow, high, colorless, thin, colourless, shelfy, close, small, narrow, little, ankle-deep, mild, shoaly, artless, knee-deep, exoteric, explicable, light, neritic

  12. deep(adj)

    extending relatively far inward

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    thin, shoaly, high, small, reefy, high-pitched, exoteric, superficial, neritic, fordable, mild, colourless, little, shallow, artless, ankle-deep, shelvy, knee-deep, wakeful, colorless, close, explicable, shelfy, narrow, light

  13. thick, deep(adj)

    (of darkness) very intense

    Synonyms:
    dense, duncical, duncish, stocky, thickheaded, boneheaded, loggerheaded, mystifying, blockheaded, cryptical, chummy, thick-skulled, rich, thickset, deep, abstruse, wooden-headed, compact, fatheaded, recondite, inscrutable, heavyset, cryptic, buddy-buddy, mysterious, bass, thick(p), thick, slurred

    Antonyms:
    shallow, fordable, shelfy, high, knee-deep, reefy, colorless, little, small, neritic, high-pitched, explicable, mild, shelvy, close, exoteric, light, wakeful, artless, superficial, ankle-deep, shoaly, thin, colourless, narrow

  14. deep(adj)

    large in quantity or size

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    fordable, close, high-pitched, thin, high, little, light, wakeful, shoaly, small, colorless, mild, explicable, neritic, shelvy, shallow, colourless, exoteric, reefy, superficial, shelfy, knee-deep, narrow, artless, ankle-deep

  15. deep(adj)

    with head or back bent low

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    small, explicable, mild, wakeful, shelvy, close, neritic, shallow, high, little, artless, light, exoteric, fordable, narrow, ankle-deep, colourless, superficial, reefy, thin, shelfy, colorless, knee-deep, shoaly, high-pitched

  16. cryptic, cryptical, deep, inscrutable, mysterious, mystifying(adj)

    of an obscure nature

    Synonyms:
    kabbalistic, mystifying, bass, cryptical, mystic, occult, secret, recondite, deep, qabalistic, orphic, inscrutable, abstruse, cryptic, rich, mysterious, cabalistic, mystical, thick, sibylline

    Antonyms:
    little, knee-deep, superficial, shallow, high, small, close, artless, wakeful, exoteric, shoaly, shelfy, narrow, colorless, shelvy, neritic, mild, high-pitched, reefy, fordable, colourless, explicable, thin, ankle-deep, light

  17. abstruse, deep, recondite(adj)

    difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, deep, mysterious, inscrutable, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    mild, exoteric, shallow, small, neritic, ankle-deep, colourless, artless, close, little, thin, light, fordable, explicable, high, wakeful, reefy, colorless, shoaly, narrow, superficial, shelfy, high-pitched, knee-deep, shelvy

  18. deep(adverb)

    exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy

    Synonyms:
    cryptic, abstruse, inscrutable, mysterious, cryptical, bass, thick, recondite, mystifying, rich

    Antonyms:
    explicable, little, shoaly, shallow, colourless, high-pitched, high, neritic, superficial, light, wakeful, shelvy, thin, fordable, colorless, ankle-deep, close, mild, artless, small, reefy, knee-deep, exoteric, shelfy, narrow

  19. deeply, deep(adverb)

    to a great depth;far down

    Synonyms:
    deeply, profoundly, deep, late

    Antonyms:
    little, high-pitched, artless, shoaly, narrow, thin, shelfy, exoteric, reefy, mild, light, high, shallow, knee-deep, fordable, colorless, small, colourless, explicable, close, neritic, superficial, shelvy, ankle-deep, wakeful

  20. deep, late(adverb)

    to an advanced time

    Synonyms:
    lately, deep, of late, deeply, latterly, tardily, late, recently, belatedly

    Antonyms:
    mild, thin, high-pitched, high, light, ankle-deep, small, shelvy, neritic, superficial, little, colourless, shoaly, shallow, artless, colorless, exoteric, knee-deep, narrow, fordable, reefy, close, explicable, shelfy, wakeful

  21. deep(adverb)

    to a great distance

    Synonyms:
    deeply, late

    Antonyms:
    narrow, high, close, shoaly, mild, little, superficial, reefy, light, neritic, artless, fordable, shallow, small, wakeful, exoteric, shelvy, knee-deep, shelfy, explicable, high-pitched, colorless, colourless, thin, ankle-deep

Wiktionary

  1. deep(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    shallow

  2. deep(noun)

    Synonyms:
    thick

    Antonyms:
    shallow, thin

  3. deep(noun)

    Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious.

    Synonyms:
    meaningful, profound, heavy

    Antonyms:
    light, shallow, frivolous, superficial

  4. deep(adjective)

    In extent in a direction away from the observer.

    Antonyms:
    shallow

  5. deep(adjective)

    Voluminous.

    Synonyms:
    large, voluminous, great

    Antonyms:
    shallow, small

  6. deep(adjective)

    Low in pitch.

    Synonyms:
    low-pitched, low

    Antonyms:
    high-pitched, high, piping

  7. deep(adjective)

    Dark and highly saturated.

    Synonyms:
    bright, rich, vivid

    Antonyms:
    desaturated, washed-out, pale, light

English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald

  1. deep

    That is obscure which the eye or the mind can not clearly discern or see through, whether because of its own want of transparency, its depth or intricacy, or because of mere defect of light. That which is complicated is likely to be obscure, but that may be obscure which is not at all complicated and scarcely complex, as a muddy pool. In that which is abstruse (Latin abs, from, and trudo, push) as if removed from the usual course of thought or out of the way of apprehension or discovery, the thought is remote, hidden; in that which is obscure there may be nothing to hide; it is hard to see to the bottom of the profound, because of its depth, but the most shallow turbidness is obscure. Compare COMPLEX; DARK; DIFFICULT; MYSTERIOUS.

    See synonyms for CLEAR.

    Synonyms:
    abstruse, ambiguous, cloudy, complex, complicated, dark, darksome, dense, difficult, dim, doubtful, dusky, enigmatical, hidden, incomprehensible, indistinct, intricate, involved, muddy, mysterious, obscure, profound, turbid, unintelligible

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