deep-root

deep-root
deep-root·ed·ness;

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  • deep-root|ed — «DEEP ROO tihd, RUT ihd», adjective. 1. deeply rooted: »a tall and deep rooted tree. 2. Figurative. firmly fixed: »deep rooted traditions. Many people have a deep rooted fear of snakes. SYNONYM(S): established, ingrained, confirmed …   Useful english dictionary

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  • deep-rooted — deep′ root′ed adj. firmly implanted or established: a deep rooted suspicion[/ex] • Etymology: 1660–70 deep′root′ed•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • deep-seated — deep seat|ed [ ,dip sitəd ] or deep root|ed [ ,dip rutəd ] adjective a deep seated feeling or belief is strong and difficult to change: a deep seated fear of spiders …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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