The most profound truths are often the simplest ones, and Wallace was a genius at revealing the simplicity of profundity.
Nikos Kazantzakis had no problems writing a moving novel of beauty, profundity, and luminosity.
They have to learn the profundity of the sorrow and the pain that the memory of the Holocaust evokes, and they have to respect it.
profundity of all kinds is my happy hunting-ground, and on this trip I expect to get all the profundity I want.
He surpasses them in the variety of his ailments, and the profundity of his pains.
To me, this is a mystery which deepens in profundity the more I try to fathom it.
Endeavour can find no footing in this profundity of experience.
I slept soundly, vying in the profundity of slumber with the immortal seven, till late in the morning.
It would ill become me, a pupil of this philosophy, to deny its profundity.
Abstruseness in expression is very frequently regarded as an indication of profundity.
early 15c., "bottom of the sea," from Old French profundite (Modern French profondité) and directly from Late Latin profunditatem (nominative profunditas) "depth, intensity, immensity," from profundus "deep, vast" (see profound). Meaning "depth of intellect" in English is from c.1500.