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At the centermost point of one's feelings or convictions. Deep down inside, I knew that what I did was wrong. I tried to put on a brave face after the breakup, but deep down I was in agony. He acts like a jerk most of the time, but deep down I think Nate is a good guy.
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deep

mod. intense; profound. She gave this really deep speech to us about how we should stay off drugs.
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