Etymology
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deeply (adv.)

Old English deoplice "at or to a great depth," used in both literal and figurative senses; see deep (adj.) + -ly (2). Meaning "profoundly, thoroughly" is from c. 1200; that of "with strong feeling, passionately" from c. 1400. Of sighing from 1550s; of drinking from 1690s.

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Definitions of deeply

deeply (adv.)
to a great depth psychologically or emotionally;
They felt the loss deeply
Synonyms: profoundly / intensely
deeply (adv.)
to a great depth; far down or in;
dived deeply
Synonyms: deep
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