Word "SHALLOW" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
become shallow
Synonyms:
shoal
Examples:
the lake shallowed over time

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a stretch of shallow water
Synonyms:
shoal

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
make shallow
Synonyms:
shoal
Examples:
The silt shallowed the canal

Crossword Clues for SHALLOW

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Clue Source Date
Lacking profundity The Guardian Quick 30 Apr 2022
Of little depth The Times Concise 16 Oct 2021
Everyone in performance is superficial The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Aug 2021
Superficial The Sun Two Speed 28 Feb 2021
Weak pig outside room The Sun Two Speed 28 Feb 2021
Of no great depth Irish Times Simplex 19 Feb 2021
Superficial The Telegraph Quick 03 Sep 2020
Weak plant taken outside lobby The Sun Two Speed 29 Aug 2020
Uninteresting and self-absorbed New York Times 20 Oct 2019
Uninteresting and self-absorbed
Everyone in theatrical performance is superficial The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Aug 2018
Up to one's ankles, perhaps Newsday 05 Jul 2018
Lacking physical or intellectual depth: shoal The Guardian Speedy 30 Jun 2018
Everything in exhibition is superficial The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Dec 2017
Everything in performance is superficial The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Mar 2017
In broadcast, grand chamber appearing insincere The Telegraph Toughie 29 Dec 2016
Of little depth The Times Concise 25 Nov 2016
Hardly profound The Washington Post 06 Nov 2016
Perfect for wading LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2016
Like a wading pool USA Today 01 Apr 2016
Not deep at all USA Today 19 Feb 2016
Perfect for wading
Not deep at all Universal 29 Jun 2015
Trivial The Telegraph Quick 19 Mar 2015
Not deep at all
Superficial
Like kiddie pools
Superficial
Not deep at all
Like kiddie pools
Superficial
Like a kiddie pool
Like a kiddie pool
Not deep
Superficial
Superficial
Superficial
Not fit for diving
Superficial
Hardly intellectual
"Merry Wives of Windsor" windbag
Superficial
Justice in "Merry Wives"
Superficial.
Role in "Merry Wives."
Character in "Merry Wives."
Appropriately named Justice in "Merry Wives of Windsor."
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