There are about 123,000 people over 16 who were born hearing but have developed severe or profound deafness.
The reporter will quote the profound statements you make and soon you might even be on the cover of Newsweek!
It is a short book, written in one unbroken paragraph, but it explores profound ideas about individual responsibility, language and reality, and the nature of fiction.
Nicholas's profound handicaps became evident soon after his birth.
He developed exchange transfusion for the management of pregnant women with profound anaemia and cardiac failure.
The idea is more profound than one might normally expect from a child.
A prolonged admission is likely to result in profound weakness and physical disability.
The workshop left me in a profound state of wonder at the subtlety and simplicity of this healing approach.
Most intelligent critics of all schools who are familiar with his literary works agree that he was one of the most profound thinkers and learned writers of his time.
The sea unquestionably remains a place of endless mystery and fascination, as it has been since the first humans stood on its shore and tried to grasp its profoundness .