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The Fountainhead
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  • Your chance to get acquainted with a charming man and a profound thinker.
  • "I’ve always wanted to meet you because you’re such a profound thinker and a man of such cultural distinc—"

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  • It had made the routine of his Sunday morning breakfast a profound spiritual experience; he was certain that it was profound, because he didn’t understand it.
  • It had made the routine of his Sunday morning breakfast a profound spiritual experience; he was certain that it was profound, because he didn’t understand it.
  • He felt uplifted by the knowledge of his own capacity to respond to the abstract, the profound, the ideal.
  • He’s a profoundly religious man—in his own way.
  • You’re a profoundly religious man, Mr. Roark—in your own way.
  • Sexual love, Peter, is a profoundly selfish emotion.
  • This building is a monument to a profound hatred of humanity.
  • But Ellsworth Toohey said that this temple was a monument to a profound hatred of humanity.

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as in: profound idea Define
deep or far-reaching in intellect or consequence
as in: profound sadness Define
of greatest intensity or emotional depth
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