profoundly


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pro·found

 (prə-found′, prō-)
adj. pro·found·er, pro·found·est
1. Having, showing, or requiring great insight or understanding: a profound thinker; a profound analysis.
2. Deeply felt or held; intense: profound contempt; a profound conviction.
3. Thoroughgoing; far-reaching: profound social changes.
4. Unqualified or unbroken: a profound silence; profound sleep.
5. Situated at, extending to, or coming from a great depth; deep: a profound chasm.

[Middle English profounde, from Old French profond, deep, from Latin profundus : prō-, before; see pro-1 + fundus, bottom.]

pro·found′ly adv.
pro·found′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.profoundly - to a great depth psychologically; "They felt the loss deeply"

profoundly

Translations
بِصورَةٍ عَميقَه
hluboce
dybsindigt
djúpt; spaklega

profoundly

[prəˈfaʊndlɪ] ADVprofundamente
I was profoundly affected by her ideas/her deathsus ideas me afectaron/su muerte me afectó profundamente
he apologized profoundly when he discovered his mistakese deshizo en disculpas cuando se dio cuenta de su error
to be profoundly deafser totalmente sordo
I am profoundly grateful to all the people who helped usles estoy profundamente agradecido a todos los que nos ayudaron
people are profoundly ignorant about the lawla gente no sabe absolutamente nada acerca de la legislación

profoundly

[prəˈfaʊndli] adv [influence, affect] → profondément profoundly deafprofoundly deaf adjsourd(e) profond(e)

profoundly

adv differentzutiefst; profoundly sadtieftraurig; profoundly deafvollkommen taub; profoundly significantäußerst bedeutsam; profoundly indifferentvöllig or vollkommen gleichgültig; …, he said profoundly…, sagte er tiefsinnig; to be profoundly ignorant of somethingüberhaupt keine Ahnung von etw haben

profoundly

[prəˈfaʊndlɪ] advprofondamente

profound

(prəˈfaund) adjective
1. deep. profound sleep.
2. showing great knowledge or understanding. a profound remark.
proˈfoundly adverb
proˈfundity (-ˈfan-) noun
References in classic literature ?
The Three Persons, bowing profoundly, backed out of the presence; but soon afterward they desired another audience, and, on being readmitted, said, through their Spokesman:
These characters and situations, pleasant or profoundly interesting, which it is good to have [63] come across, are worked out, not in rapid sketches, nor by hazardous epigram, but more securely by patient analysis; and though we have said that Mrs.
Next, she was convinced that the dark-eyed Latin races were profoundly sensitive, profoundly treacherous, and profoundly murderous.
I do not feel remorse, because that woman, I profoundly hold, deserved her punishment.
Watching her with children I learned that partial as they are to fun they are moved almost more profoundly by moral excellence.
He was profoundly disquieted, but for another reason than the uncanny silence of that moonlight march.
Long maintaining an enchanted silence, Ahab stood apart; and every time the tetering ship loweringly pitched down her bowsprit, he turned to eye the bright sun's rays produced ahead; and when she profoundly settled by the stern, he turned behind, and saw the sun's rearward place, and how the same yellow rays were blending with his undeviating wake.
Rooms were engaged, and the night passed, briefly to Phileas Fogg, who slept profoundly, but very long to Aouda and the others, whose agitation did not permit them to rest.
Then, again, in his personal attendant there was a bizarre quality which had impressed me profoundly.
This may not be saying a great deal, but it is saying the truth, and I do not mind owning that he has been one of my great literary passions, almost as great as Flaubert, and greater than Daudet or Maupassant, though I have profoundly appreciated the exquisite artistry of both these.
But this did not continue long, for, either according to blind chance, or to the lines of fate written in the book of life ere ever the foundations of the world were laid, Michael was scheduled for an adventure that was profoundly to affect, not alone his own destiny, but the destinies of Kwaque and Dag Daughtry and determine the very place of their death and burial.
At the sight of each dear and familiar object he was profoundly affected.