China believes that the U.S. is mistakenly and scandalously holding it responsible for deep-seated made-in-America problems.
Given how deep-seated all this is, I'm not sure that I have a solution.
Driving the panic over the government's new body-scan policy is a deep-seated worry about radiation.
That spirit of entrepreneurship and desire to be a part of the economy is deep-seated in the women of Afghanistan.
Also, the statement runs against their deep-seated instinct to keep intra-Jewish conflicts out of the public eye.
Those words, striking at some hidden, deep-seated pain in Lydia's heart, caused her to wince and turn pale.
The inconsistency is real, out of a deep-seated confusion of mind.
For ultimately men were charmed by John, though a deep-seated shyness concealed him from them at a first meeting.
He realised this, as a dull, but deep-seated pain, caused him to open his eyes.
He had learned to understand—and in some measure sympathize with—the deep-seated resentment of the non-psi for the psionic.