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profundity

noun pro·fun·di·ty \prə-ˈfən-də-tē\
plural pro·fun·di·ties

Definition of PROFUNDITY

1
a :  intellectual depth
b :  something profound or abstruse
2
:  the quality or state of being profound or deep

Examples of PROFUNDITY

  1. the profundity of his thoughts
  2. Her books are a mixture of playfulness and profundity.
  3. the depth and profundity of her feelings

Origin of PROFUNDITY

Middle English profundite, from Latin profunditat-, profunditas depth, from profundus
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with PROFUNDITY

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