depthless


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depthless

(ˈdɛpθlɪs)
adj
1. literary immeasurably deep; fathomless
2. without depth; shallow
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Of course, peering in from the dark differs from looking out, as Ruth considers travelers gazing at "their own depthless images on the black glass, if they had looked" (54)--immured in mirroring self-reflection.
For lo, I have endowed him with a winning, likable personality; and know of a certainty that your apprehension of My depthless profundities will be aided by his offbeat charm,'' God explains at the start of the show.
18) Even with the superimposition of numerous images and a taut, wiry energy of execution, Jamie's earlier drawings often appear depthless, almost diagrammatic, and--given the profusion of skulls, intestines, disembodied eyes, and headless torsos--distinctly uncanny, dead and alive at the same time.
This kind of modernist art, unlike the depthless surfaces of the fetishized postmodernist object, allows the viewer to establish a relationship of affect with the artwork and to understand its relationship to labour.
Instead, creationist science textbooks exhibit a sort of depthless unreality beneath the surface of whatever they're trying to communicate, as if all the pieces aren't quite clicking together and they want to gloss over the cracks.
5) For Roland Barthes, it is the definite "that-has-been" of the photograph (in Dusklands, the man in the picture is likewise "indubitable") that originates the unfulfilled desire to break through its surface and reach for its object, feeling instead its depthless materiality.
As is the wonderful Google Maps, the spamfree Gmail, the super fast and efficient Chrome web browser and the depthless entertainment channel that is YouTube.
i] = water table depth(cm) on day i, and n=the number of days that the water table depthless than 30cm.
The shadow in Child's Shadow bulges outward from the single plane of the wall, while the Children on a Slide hover in a depthless void.
As the novel progresses, the depthless mystery of Lee Harvey Oswald meets the Man Who Wasn't There, George de Mohrenschildt.
7) The argument for abstract/archetypal characterization in fairy tales fits Max Luthi's description of fairy tale characters as depthless.
A familiar house proves depthless yet contains what appear to be actual people.