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adj. shal·low·er, shal·low·est
1. measuring little from bottom to top or surface; lacking physical depth.
2. lacking depth of intellect, emotion, or knowledge: "this is a shallow parody of america" lloyd rose.
3. marked by insufficient inhalation of air; weak: shallow respirations.
4. in the part of a playing area that is closer to home plate: shallow left field.
a part of a body of water of little depth; a shoal. Often used in the plural: abandoned the boat in the shallows.
tr. & intr.v. shal·lowed, shal·low·ing, shal·lows
to make or become shallow.
characterized by a narrow, often ostentatious concern for book learning and formal rules: a pedantic attention to details.
if anybody should ask i'm going to a seminar
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sensitive heart, you're doomed from the start