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  • But it was thick enough to hide their approach from those on land. Cited from French and English, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • "The ice must be thick enough now to bear a war party." Cited from The Forest Runners, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • The shield is not thick enough to provide protection from enemy fire.
  • In winter, when the ice is not thick enough to support weight, ice swimming takes place.
  • Nor could it be a forest fire such as was common at home, for the woods were not thick enough. Cited from The Heart Of The Hills, by John Fox, Jr
  • I saw he was not thick enough to break my arm, in case he got twisted round it. Cited from Wanderings In South America, by Charles Waterton
  • The frozen surface, however, was neither thick enough nor strong enough to form an effective wall. Cited from The Galaxy Primes, by Edward Elmer Smith
  • After that you'll find houses thick enough. Cited from Ralph Granger's Fortunes, by William Perry Brown
  • The building's walls were reported to be thick enough to support an eventual third floor.
  • It was shrivelled and yellow, but thick enough to give him very good cover. Cited from Round About a Great Estate, by Richard Jefferies
  • Ice skating is allowed when the ice is thick enough, but limited to the beach area.
  • The crust was just thick enough to hold a horse until he began to pull. Cited from The American Missionary, Vol. 44, No. 5, May 1890, by Various
  • If properly boiled, it will not become thick enough to work with the hands. Cited from Chocolate and Cocoa Recipes, by Parloa, and Home Made Candy, by Hill
  • Legend has it there are several cars at the bottom of lake from when the ice was not thick enough.
  • Heavy hauling had to take place during a two-month period in late winter when the lake ice was thick enough.
  • The walls were thick enough for passageways within them; an eye might be upon him all the time. Cited from Daughter of the Sun, by Jackson Gregory
  • At the left end of the line the darkness was thick enough to make objects indistinct. Cited from The Desert of Wheat, by Zane Grey
  • Four grades are usually sold, the next to the heaviest being thick enough for any child. Cited from The Care and Feeding of Children, by L. Emmett Holt
  • The dust is thick enough to hide the ground from view.
  • Bay becomes thick enough to support cabins and vehicles for ice fishing.
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