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deep-dish

[ deep-dish ]
/ ˈdipˌdɪʃ /
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adjective
made in a deep baking dish and usually topped with a pastry crust: a deep-dish peach pie;a deep-dish chicken potpie.
(of a pizza) baked in a deep pan and having a thick crust.
penetrating deeply; profound: the author’s narrative skill, global perspectives, and deep-dish themes.
pervasive or thorough; intense: He’s experienced some deep-dish racism.
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Origin of deep-dish

First recorded in 1935–40
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