Profound contempt; a profound conviction.
A profound thinker; a profound analysis.
A profound chasm.
A profound discussion.
A profound abyss, sleep, etc.
A profound silence.
Profound social changes.
A profound silence; profound sleep.
An example of profound is a scientific equation proving God's existence.
Origin of profound
- Middle English profounde from Old French profond deep from Latin profundus prō- before pro–1 fundus bottom
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition