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Adjective
Large in bulk or circumference
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“The pool table had noticeably large, thick legs.”
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As a measurement of width
“The ice that covers the surface is about six inches thick.”
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Having a dense or semi-solid consistency
“Once it has the consistency of thick cream, pour the mixture into warm sterilized jars.”
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Densely filled or covered with
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“The red rug that covered almost the entire width of the hall was thick with dust.”
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Having low intelligence
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“Up until now, I'd just been branded as the thick, stupid farmer's son.”
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(of a voice) Not clear or distinct
“Her voice was thick, yet alluring, in some indescribable way.”
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Having a very close, friendly relationship
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“He has a fair chance of success, too, for he seems very thick with Floyd.”
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Made up of a large number of things or people close together
“The landscape around her consisted primarily of thick fur trees and dense foliage.”
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(of an accent) Very marked and difficult to understand
“He speaks with a thick Italian accent that is difficult to understand, even if you speak Italian.”
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(of a garment or other knitted or woven item) Made of heavy material
“She saw a man carrying a bundle wrapped in thick blankets.”
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(of the air or atmosphere, or a substance in the air) Dense or heavy
“Visibility was greatly reduced within the thick fog.”
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(British, dated) Troublesome or unreasonable in nature
“I found it a bit thick when expected to pay for Lord Randolph Churchill's barouche purchased in the '80s.”
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(slang, chiefly of women) Curvy and voluptuous, and especially having large hips
“A word to the thick soul sistas, I want to get with ya.”
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Growing thickly
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Consisting of matter all through
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Filled with or smelling of smoke
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(typography) Of a kind of typeface having dark, heavy strokes, used especially for emphasis
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(of a liquid) Cloudy, opaque, or thick with suspended matter
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Having an incrustation
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Resembling cream in consistency or colour
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Having a flat or rounded end
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Having an irregular or uneven surface, edge, or outline
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Uncomfortably humid or airless
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Indefinitely large numerically
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Occurring or done many times at short intervals
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Not to be trusted or relied upon
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(of a terrain) Swampy and full of mud
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(the thick) The most active or crowded part of something
“There was little time for training, and the rookies were thrown into the thick of it almost immediately.”
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The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something
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The topmost covering of a bed, often functioning as a blanket
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An adhesive strip of material for covering cuts and wounds
Adverb
In very close cooperation
Verb
To sob without restraint
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