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profundity

[ pruh-fuhn-di-tee ]
/ prəˈfʌn dɪ ti /
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noun, plural pro·fun·di·ties for 2, 3.

the quality or state of being profound; depth.
Usually profundities. profound or deep matters.
a profoundly deep place; abyss.

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Origin of profundity

1375–1425; late Middle English profundite<Late Latin profunditās.See profound, -ity
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