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profound
used in A Room With A View

6 uses
  • I do sympathize and agree most profoundly.
    Chapter 18 (52% in)
  • Girls like Lucy were charming to look at, but Mr. Beebe was, from rather profound reasons, somewhat chilly in his attitude towards the other sex, and preferred to be interested rather than enthralled.
    Chapter 3 (40% in)
  • So it happened that from patronizing civility he had slowly passed if not to passion, at least to a profound uneasiness.
    Chapter 8 (49% in)
  • Lucy, though she disliked the teacher, regarded the teaching as profound, and applied it to her lover.
    Chapter 13 (14% in)
  • Cecil said one day—and I thought it so profound—that there are two kinds of cads—the conscious and the subconscious.
    Chapter 14 (84% in)
  • To Lucy who could not see that Mr. Emerson was profoundly religious, and differed from Mr. Beebe chiefly by his acknowledgment of passion—it seemed dreadful that the old man should crawl into such a sanctum, when he was unhappy, and be dependent on the bounty of a clergyman.
    Chapter 19 (65% in)

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