sink to new depths

Definition of sink to new depths

  1. :  to behave in an even worse way I can't believe he lied. He's really sunk to new depths.

Word by Word Definitions

sinkplay
  1. :  to go to the bottom :  submerge

    :  to become partly buried (as in mud)

    :  to become engulfed

  1. :  a pool or pit for the deposit of waste or sewage :  cesspool

    :  a ditch or tunnel for carrying off sewage :  sewer

    :  a stationary basin connected with a drain and usually a water supply for washing and drainage

  1. :  having recently come into existence :  recent, modern

    :  having been seen, used, or known for a short time :  novel

    :  unfamiliar

  1. :  newly, recently

depthplay depths
  1. :  a deep place in a body of water

    :  a part that is far from the outside or surface

    :  abyss


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