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hidden depths

Definition of hidden depths in English:

Usually admirable but previously unnoticed qualities of a person: hidden depths and insights within children
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  • Jane seems worthless to all who meet her, but we know she has hidden depths, evident in her otherworldly drawings.
  • David, as his book perhaps unwittingly demonstrates, is a man with no hidden depths.
  • It proves that the best TV comedies often have hidden depths.
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