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profoundly

[ pruh-found-lee, proh‐ ]
/ prəˈfaʊnd li, proʊ‐ /
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adverb

to a thorough or very great extent or degree; deeply: Her songs range from light and humorous to profoundly moving.The program provides creative opportunities for profoundly disabled people with severe or complex learning and communication needs.

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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.

Origin of profoundly

un·pro·found·ly, adverb
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