(1) His whim about perhaps dropping out of his own wedding is real to him, embracing his impulses as though they are a form of profundity .(2) the profundity of her misery(3) The profundity of the experience demonstrated the transience of everyday knowledge.(4) Here was intellectual brilliance aligned with spiritual profundity .(5) This insight contains many dimensions and varying degrees of profundity and subtlety, which in a sense, can never be adequately described with language.(6) He doesn't try to impress readers, or mistake obfuscation for profundity; he knows, on the contrary, that profundity and simplicity go hand in hand.(7) It locates the sources of poetic excellence in the profundity of the writer's emotions and the seriousness of his thought.(8) In his own way, though, he brought comfort to her with his childlike clarity, which gave him a philosopher's profundity .(9) It also has the virtue of being resonant enough in its images to be psychologically (that is to say, poetically) profound, though the extent of that profundity I will leave it to others to sound.(10) The speaker can create an air of secrecy and profundity , even though what they are saying is simple.(11) Underlying this historical analysis was a concept of philosophical profundity .(12) the simplicity and profundity of the message(13) The moments of emotional profundity here are golden and will suffice.(14) Such ignorance hardly detracts from the power or profundity of the experience.(15) Novelty is not synonymous with depth and profundity of insight.(16) The very simplicity belies the profundity of the philosophy, for each title reflects a much deeper insight into a given problem and often, at the same time, hints at the mode of operation to be employed.