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de profundis

[dey proh-foo n-dis] /deɪ proʊˈfʊn dɪs/
Latin.
1.
out of the depths (of sorrow, despair, etc.).
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de profundis

/deɪ prɒˈfʊndɪs/
adverb
1.
out of the depths of misery or dejection
Word Origin
from the first words of Psalm 130
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de profundis

the 130th Psalm, so called for its opening words, Latin, literally "out of the depths."

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