thick

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  • In larger species this can be up to long and thick.
  • If successful, the strength of the thick group will protect the weak group.
  • A thick and high wall was built around the settlement.
  • Father always said that I had got the thickest head he ever see. Cited from !Tention, by George Manville Fenn
  • Care is important to ensure that the film is not too thick otherwise light cannot pass through.
  • For this reason, this ice is generally thicker than first-year sea ice.
  • Under the best conditions plants can form a mat that is two feet thick.
  • This one young man went through it all, through the thickest of it all. Cited from One Young Man, by Sir John Ernest Hodder-Williams
  • It has a deep thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter.
  • Its body was forty feet long, and twenty feet round at the thickest part. Cited from Fighting the Whales, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Before that the area was called the Black Forest for its thick timber.
  • The construction of the human figure is similar but the wood is much thicker.
  • During the summer its hair was short, and in winter the hair grew longer and thicker.
  • If Black is successful, the strength of the thick group may help destroy the invasion.
  • It usually formed during the night and was thickest near the river. Cited from Overland through Asia (Illustrated), by Thomas Wallace Knox
  • His active form was always seen in the thickest of the fight. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 9, No. 52, February, 1862, by Various
  • However, the wood was very thick, and the columns could not be maintained.
  • It is thick near the grip and measures in length along its upper edge.
  • First-year sea ice is ice that is thicker than young ice but has no more than one year growth.
  • Notice how the appearance changes from the upper thin region to the thicker lower region.
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Meaning of thick

  • adjective 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
    an inch thick, a thick board, a thick sandwich, spread a thick layer of butter, thick coating of dust, thick warm blankets
  • adjective Relatively dense in consistency
    thick cream, thick soup, thick smoke, thick fog
  • adverb In quick succession
    misfortunes come fast and thick