Here is a list of deep English words with meanings:
Deep English Words
Serendipity – the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way.
Melancholy – a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
Euphoria – a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.
Ethereal – extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.
Epiphany – a sudden and profound realization or insight.
Symbiosis – interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both.
Resilience – the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
Magnanimous – generous or forgiving, especially toward a rival or less powerful person.
Eloquence – fluent or persuasive speaking or writing.
Ineffable – too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words.
Querulous – habitually complaining or whining.
Veracity – conformity to facts; accuracy.
Sagacious – having or showing good judgment; wise.
Perfidious – deceitful and untrustworthy.
Intrepid – fearless; adventurous.
Ostentatious – characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to impress or attract notice.
Paragon – a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality.
Serene – calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil.
Vicissitude – a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.
Ubiquitous – present, appearing, or found everywhere.
Sonorous – imposingly deep and full; having a loud or resonant sound.
Supercilious – behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others.
Pernicious – having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way.
Taciturn – reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little.
Pedantic – excessively concerned with minor details or rules; overly academic.
Loquacious – tending to talk a great deal; talkative.
Incendiary – tending to stir up conflict or rebellion; provocative.
Gossamer – a fine, filmy substance consisting of cobwebs spun by small spiders, which is seen especially in autumn; something light, delicate, or insubstantial.
Garrulous – excessively or pointlessly talkative; using too many words.
Fecund – producing or capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth; highly fertile.
Erudite – having or showing extensive knowledge; learned.
Disparate – essentially different in kind; not allowing comparison.
Cacophony – a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds.
Bucolic – relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life.
Capricious – given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.
Ephemeral – lasting for a very short time.
Equanimity – mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation.
Extemporaneous – spoken or done without preparation.
Inscrutable – impossible to understand or interpret.
Obfuscate – to make obscure or unclear, especially by making it more complicated than necessary.
Panacea – a solution or remedy for all problems or difficulties.
Prosaic – having the style or diction of prose; lacking poetic beauty.
Pulchritude – beauty; physical attractiveness.
Redolent – strongly reminiscent or suggestive of (something); fragrant or sweet-smelling.
Soporific – tending to induce drowsiness or sleep; a drug that induces sleep.
Supine – lying face upwards; failing to act or protest as a result of moral weakness or indolence.
Torpid – mentally or physically inactive; lethargic.
Voracious – wanting or devouring great quantities of food, knowledge, or anything else; having a very eager approach to an activity.