Definition of 'deep-seated'
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Example sentences containing 'deep-seated'
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"It was clear from the fearful expression on Jocelyn's face that she wanted to go; but deep-seated loyalty was preventing her from doing so. GALILEE (2001)They say that swimming with dolphins can relieve deep-seated mental and nervous tensions - for some it might be hard to believe. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2001)The lump was very deep-seated, and in what he called `an unfavourable position". THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)
"Has anyone ever told you that sarcasm is often a cover for deep-seated anger? CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 10: MAKING THE SAINT (2001)
Translations for 'deep-seated'
British English: deep-seated ADJECTIVE
A deep-seated problem, feeling, or belief is difficult to change because its causes have been there for a long time.
The country is still suffering from deep-seated economic problems.
Definition of deep-seated from the Collins English Dictionary
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