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Spell Check of profound

Correct spelling: profound

Common misspellings for profound:

pronound, profond, prefound.


Google Ngram Viewer results for profound:

This graph shows how "profound" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for profound:

  1. It was as if Mr. Ransome had made strange terms with the youth and joy and innocent life that had once roused him to such profound resentment and disgust. –  by
  2. That evening was one of profound peace. –  by
  3. Merely to look at him gave her profound and poignant pleasure. –  by

Quotes for profound:

  1. When you're talking with a person at this level of the government, at the very highest level, I think you have to be very discreet because he, President Clinton, is very aware that anything he says publicly can have a profound impact on American politics and on world politics.
  2. The Holy Bible is an abyss. It is impossible to explain how profound it is, impossible to explain how simple it is.
  3. One of the great mind destroyers of college education is the belief that if it's very complex, it's very profound.
  4. Cocteau is someone who has made such a profound impression on me that there's no doubt he's influenced every one of my films.
  5. To desire and expect nothing for oneself and to have profound sympathy for others is genuine holiness.