Deep and Mystical


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Deep adjective – Being beyond one's powers to know, understand, or explain.
Usage example: a deep, dark secret that he took to his grave

Mystical and deep are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mystical" instead an adjective "Deep".
Nearby Words: deeply, deepen, deepness, deepened, deepening
Synonyms for Deep


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Mystical adjective – Having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding.
Deep and mystical are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Deep" instead an adjective "Mystical".
Nearby Words: mystic, mystery, mystique, mysticism, mystically
Synonyms for Mystical

Things that words describes

sense deep sense mystical sense
connection deep connection mystical connection
knowledge deep knowledge mystical knowledge
system deep system mystical system
Other nouns: characters, forest, hair, pool.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / The Dark Crystal Darker and Edgier: This is a Jim Henson film, the guy who did The Muppets and Sesame Street, although the main concept designer was actually more in the mystical and deep material that makes up the strange creatures.
  • Theatre / Me and My Dick The second act, however, takes a deep nosedive into the absurd with a mystical land for lost penises, a pussy council, and flying vaginas.
  • Underwater City The light source come from the mystical Sunlight Tree Eve, which transfers sunlight from the surface to the ocean deep.
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