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deep design

noun
1.
(often capitals)
  1. a design process used in architecture, town planning, engineering, interior design, etc, the goal of which is to appeal not only to the thoughts and feelings of the conscious mind but also the visual imagery of the unconscious, while also aiming for sustainability
  2. (as modifier): deep-design thinking
Derived Forms
deep designer, noun
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  • And if I did not warn you of it, it was because I believed in some deep design on your part.

  • See here, Forbes, you must have some deep design to make you take that attitude.

    Their Pilgrimage Charles Dudley Warner
  • So extraordinary was his conduct that his officers began to believe he had some deep design.

    Monk Julian Corbett
  • George Delmé walked swiftly, as if intent on some deep design.

    A Love Story A Bushman
  • He calls to pay a morning visit, and instantly the deep design is put into execution.

  • This precisely would seem the deep design of Amrons double treason.

  • Doesn't seem to promise anything exciting; Debate, however, not gone far before discovery made that it hides a deep design.

  • "I don't see how you stand it," she said, with the deep design of hearing what Happie would reply.

    Six Girls and Bob

    Marion Ames Taggart
  • She distrusted their specious seeming of spontaneity, she suspected a deep design behind them all.

    Red Masquerade Louis Joseph Vance
  • Her mother, she felt sure, had some deep design concerning her, though what it was she could not conceive.

    Madame Flirt Charles E. Pearce

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