Deep and Shallow
Opposite meaning words
Shallow adjective - Lacking significant physical depth.
Usage example: the dog quickly dug a shallow hole that was barely deep enough to accommodate his bone
Nearby Words: shallowed, shallowing
Both words in one sentence
- Probably no more of a mash-up than the LSTs ('Landing Ship Tank's) of WWII, which had to be good in both deep and shallow water.
Source: Military Mashup Machine
- Super Drowning Skills: The first level of Super Spy Hunter has sections of shallow and deep water and jumps over them.
Source: Video Game / Spy Hunter
- Notable obstacles are shallow and deep water (though in 7 deep water can typically be driven through instead of being an obstacle), Cheep-Cheeps, and crabs (which in 7 look like Sidesteppers from Mario Bros.).
Source: Video Game / Mario Kart
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