Origin of profound
OTHER WORDS FROM profoundpro·found·ly, adverbpro·found·ness, nounun·pro·found, adjective
How to use profound in a sentence
I preferably define dark mode as more of a mood inkling rather than something more profound.
We sense how profound these people are to him, but are allowed only a glimpse of their role in his life and growth and as an athlete.Kilian Jornet Has a New Book on His Epic Everest Quest|Nick Heil|September 29, 2020|Outside Online
This has profound implications for how we can reopen things safely, and she has a vision for it.Politics Report: A Gigantic Politics Event Is Coming|Scott Lewis|September 26, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In 2020, as Guaranteed results became much more prevalent across home pro queries, Google made profound news by quietly announcing Google Screened for Professional Services categories.A new era has arrived in local search: Google’s Local Trust Pack|Justin Sanger|September 18, 2020|Search Engine Land
I simply cannot believe how far down our nation has fallen in just a few years or that there is even a question about the need for profound and systemic change.
To manœuvre was the profoundest instinct of his unprofound nature.Bonaventure|George Washington Cable