Heavy and Profound

Heavy

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Heavy adjective – Extreme in degree, power, or effect.
Usage example: the heavy fighting has just begun, so there are no casualties to report

Profound is a synonym for heavy in difficult topic. In some cases you can use "Profound" instead the word "Heavy" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like serious, easy.
Nearby Words: heave, heavyweight, heaviness, heaved, heavily
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Profound

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Profound adjective – Extreme in degree, power, or effect.
Usage example: a profound silence fell over the audience after the last note had sounded

Heavy is a synonym for profound in intellectual topic. You can use "Heavy" instead the word "Profound" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as easy.
Nearby Words: profoundly, profoundness
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influence heavy influence profound influence
accent heavy accent profound accent
damage heavy damage profound damage
implications heavy implications profound implications
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