Those words, striking at some hidden, deep-seated pain in Lydia's heart, caused her to wince and turn pale.
He realised this, as a dull, but deep-seated pain, caused him to open his eyes.
For ultimately men were charmed by John, though a deep-seated shyness concealed him from them at a first meeting.
The country received the news with a deep-seated and sober satisfaction.
He had learned to understand—and in some measure sympathize with—the deep-seated resentment of the non-psi for the psionic.
The deep-seated travail of his grief abruptly reached the paroxysm.
And in that separation is vindicated one of man's most deep-seated convictions.
It was too poignant, too deep-seated in the springs of her physical being.
There will be no calm and deep-seated joy, no real happiness.
The inconsistency is real, out of a deep-seated confusion of mind.
deep-seated 1741, "having its seat far below the surface;" figurative use is from 1847.