phrases with adjectives – deep

The word ‘deep’ as an adjective can mean intense or extending far down.

For example:

  • I had a deep conversation with Paul about where our relationship is headed. (intense)
  • Don’t swim too far out, the lake is really deep. (far down)

Let’s take a look at some common idioms containing the word ‘deep’.

idioms and phrases with adjectives - deep
adjective idioms (deep) - deep pockets
adjective idioms (deep) - in deep water
adjective idioms (deep) - still waters run deep
adjective idioms (deep) - throw in at the deep end