Definition of depthless in English:


Line breaks: depth|less
Pronunciation: /ˈdɛpθləs


1Too deep to be measured: a depthless gorge
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  • There was such longing and loneliness buried deep within those depthless eyes as there had never been before.
  • They had gone a deep, depthless green-black, swirling like the ocean in a storm.
  • For months the sky had remained a depthless gray.
2Shallow and superficial: a depthless happening in the goofy circus of America
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  • I know not all blondes are self centered, shallow, depthless idiots.
  • But really the emptiness and depthless art of their club and magazine culture drains the blood from my face.
  • The bunch on the other side is a talentless and depthless bunch.



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  • It bears the brunt of my hatred for the sheer depthlessly innocuous nature of the term.
  • Then there was the famous Wembley turf itself, proudly unblemished, and depthlessly green compared to the mud heaps or the dust bowls of the semi-finals only weeks before.
  • It is by turns infinitely benevolent and depthlessly maleficent.

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