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profound
used in Killing Kennedy

5 uses
  • The image of Lincoln gazing over his shoulder is profoundly moving as King calls upon the spirit of the Emancipation Proclamation.
    p. 203.8
  • Back in 1963, few Americans understood how profoundly the assassination of JFK would change the country.
    p. 2.8
  • The president's only complaint about his wife is that Jackie has a profound indifference to fiscal discipline.
    p. 73.7
  • Jackie revels in the Mona Lisa's presence with a feeling of profound success, for it was her persistent dream to bring the world's most famous painting to the National Gallery of Art, in Washington.
    p. 136.9
  • As the crowd on the Mall erupts in applause, knowing they have just seen and heard a profound moment in their nation's history, John Kennedy turns to Bobby and passes judgment on what he has just seen.
    p. 204.0

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