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backward and forward in depth; completely; thoroughly.
barrage a man-made obstruction placed in a waterway to slow the flow or increase the depth of the water; dam. [1/3 definitions]
cavernous resembling or suggesting a cavern in shape, size, or depth. [1/2 definitions]
deep to or at a great depth. [1/13 definitions]
depthless combined form of depth.
dimension size as measured in a particular direction such as height, width, or depth. [2/5 definitions]
dipstick a rod with graduated markings used to measure the depth of a liquid, such as oil in an automobile crankcase.
draft the depth of water a ship displaces when loaded (sometimes spelled "draught"). [1/16 definitions]
echo sounding a method of determining the depth of a body of water by measuring the time the echo of an emitted sound wave takes to return from the bottom.
fathom a unit of length equal to six feet, used to measure the depth of water or mines. [2/3 definitions]
Fathometer trademark for a sonar instrument that measures water depth.
fervent having or expressing warmth, depth, or intensity of feeling. [1/2 definitions]
foreshorten to distort, or shorten the lines of the long axis of (a visual image) in order to create the illusion of depth and perspective. [1/2 definitions]
high relief in friezes and the like, the projection of sculptured figures by about one half of their natural depth.
illusionism the use of artistic techniques to deceive the eye, as to create an illusion of depth. [1/2 definitions]
inwardness depth of thought or feeling; insightfulness; perceptiveness. [1/4 definitions]
lead line a line with a lead weight attached to it that is lowered into water to measure its depth.
more than meets the eye an unexpected depth, complexity, or other such quality.
Nansen bottle an oceanographic device that takes a sample of water at a specified depth.
Plimsoll mark one of a series of lines on the hull of a merchant ship that indicate the depth to which, under different, legally specified circumstances, it may be loaded.
plumb a small weight tied to a line and used to establish the depth of water or to verify a vertical alignment. [2/10 definitions]