profound (s):
situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed
the profound depths of the sea.
the dark unfathomed caves of ocean.
unplumbed depths of the sea.
remote and unsounded caverns
profound (s):
(of sleep) deep and complete
a heavy sleep.
fell into a profound sleep.
a sound sleeper.
deep wakeless sleep
profound (s):
coming from deep within one
a profound sigh
profound (s):
of the greatest intensity; complete
a profound silence.
a state of profound shock
profound (a):
showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth
the differences are profound.
a profound insight.
a profound book.
a profound mind.
profound contempt.
profound regret
profound (s):
far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something
the fundamental revolution in human values that has occurred.
the book underwent fundamental changes.
committed the fundamental error of confusing spending with extravagance.
profound social changes
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Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them

para sahte dost çeker.
If you are rich and successful, you will attract many friends, but if you should suffer hardship or have misfortune ( adversity ), your friends will quickly depart.

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