noun pro·fonde \prōˈfōⁿd\

Definition of profonde



  1. :  a special pocket in the tail of a magician's coat

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Origin and Etymology of profonde

French, from profonde, adjective, feminine of profond deep, from Latin profondus — more at profound

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a brief usually trivial fact

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