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deep–rooted

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of deep–rooted

  1. firmly established over time he had had a deep-rooted fear of the dark from the time he was a small child Synonyms of deep–rooted bred-in-the-bone, confirmed, deep, deep-rooted, deep-seated, entrenched (also intrenched), hard-core, rooted, settledWords Related to deep–rooted firm, fixed, frozen, hard, hard-and-fast, immutable, irradicable, set, unalterable, unchangeable; embedded (also imbedded), implanted, inculcated, instilled; inborn, inbred, ingrained (also engrained), inherent, innate, integral, intrinsic, natural; accustomed, chronic, customary, habitual, regular, typical, usual; abiding, enduring, lifelong, persistent, persistingNear Antonyms of deep–rooted brief, ephemeral, fleeting, impermanent, interim, momentary, provisional, short-lived, short-term, temporary, transient


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