To fully feel the depth of the Russian humiliation, you would have to have witnessed the torque of its rev-up.
There are songs that are straight-up pop records, songs that have a lot of depth, some dance, some acoustic.
Conservatives rightly think government should be limited in breadth and depth.
The reporting, the writing, the depth, the breadth – who could ever match this standard?
George was in his element at those times, and the depth of his knowledge amazed me.
The depth to which grass roots will go in sandy soil: at least two feet.
He knew better than she the depth of Solomon White's commitments.
He was not tall, but there was unusual breadth and depth to his shoulders.
Then the Flying Fish folded her wings and sank to a depth of twenty feet.
The depth, two cables off the barrier-cliff, was 134 fathoms.
late 14c., apparently formed in Middle English on model of length, breadth; from Old English deop "deep" (see deep) + -th (2). Replaced older deopnes "deepness." Though the English word is relatively recent, the formation is in Proto-Germanic, *deupitho-, and corresponds to Old Saxon diupitha, Dutch diepte, Old Norse dypð, Gothic diupiþa.
The extent, measurement, or dimension downward, backward, or inward.