Definitions for profoundly
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word profoundly.
to a great depth psychologically
"They felt the loss deeply"
With depth, meaningfully.
He thought and wrote profoundly.
More profoundly, it has shaken our most fundamental assumptions.
From his childhood, she was profoundly troubled.
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Etymology: from profound.
Why sigh you so profoundly? William Shakespeare.
The virgin started at her father’s name,
And sigh’d profoundly, conscious of the shame. Dryden.
Domenichino was profoundly skill’d in all the parts of painting, but wanting genius, he had less of nobleness. Dryden.
in a profound manner
The numerical value of profoundly in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of profoundly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
No one is more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much.
I profoundly regret what happened. On behalf of the United States government, I offer our deepest apologies to the families.
There is something so profoundly troubling about what is happening.
Throughout the millennia and in every religion in the world, marriage has a very specific meaning. Marriage is an institution, grounded in spirituality. It is the union of a man and a woman, and from that union comes life, and life is a gift from God, now that this decision has come down, I think we need to focus all of our energies on ensuring that we protect the religious liberties and the freedom of conscience of those who profoundly disagree with this decision.
Power relations between men and women must change profoundly, men must be partners in the pursuit of gender equality, in their decision-making roles, as heads of state, CEOs, religious and cultural leaders, and as partners and parents.
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