Profundityprə-FUN-də-deePart of speech: nounOrigin: Late Middle English, late 14th century
1Deep insight; great depth of knowledge or thought.2Great depth or intensity of a state, quality, or emotion.
Examples of Profundity in a sentence “Critics praised the artist’s second album for the profundity of the lyrics.” “Even astronomers get swept up by the profundity of space.”

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