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Thick Definition

(adjective)

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hard to pass through because of dense growth


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thick woods

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(adjective)

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spoken as if with a thick tongue


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the thick speech of a drunkard

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(adjective)

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having a short and solid form or stature


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a thickset young man

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(adjective)

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(used informally) stupid

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(adverb)

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in quick succession


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misfortunes come fast and thick

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(adjective)

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(of darkness) densely dark


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thick night

thick darkness

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(adjective)

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(used informally) associated on close terms


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the two were thick as thieves for months

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(adverb)

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with a thick consistency


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the blood was flowing thick

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(noun)

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the location of something surrounded by other things

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(adjective)

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abounding; having a lot of


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the top was thick with dust

(adjective)

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having component parts closely crowded together


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thick crowds

a thick forest

thick hair

(adjective)

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not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions


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an inch thick

a thick board

a thick sandwich

spread a thick layer of butter

thick coating of dust

thick warm blankets

(adjective)

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relatively dense in consistency


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thick cream

thick soup

thick smoke

thick fog