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Adjective
Having a greater than usual measure across
“His short, thick legs.”
Adjective
Being of a consistency that resists flow
“Using a small balloon whisk, mix in enough oil to give a thick emulsion.”
Adjective
Densely filled or covered with
“The red rug that covered almost the entire width of the hall was thick with dust.”
Adjective
Stupid, slow, or insensitive
“I blinked my eyes blearily and opened my mouth to yawn; I felt thick and slow.”
Adjective
Dense (referring to weather)
“Though her voice was thick from tears by the end, she held the tears back.”
Adjective
Having a very close, friendly relationship
“He seems very thick with him.”
Adjective
With opposite sides or surfaces that are far or relatively far apart
“The ice that covers the surface is probably too thick to allow sunlight through.”
Adjective
Made up of a large number of things or people close together
“So far the scenery around her had been thick fur trees and dense foliage.”
Adjective
Unreasonable
Adjective
“He speaks with a thick south German accent that is difficult to understand, even if you speak German.”
Adjective
“She saw a man carrying a bundle wrapped in thick blankets.”
Adjective
Having a dense consistency
“And then of course we've got Titan, which is a great mystery with this very thick atmosphere.”
Noun
The most active or crowded part of something
“In large part through British manipulation of local politics, the struggle in Kenya became a kind of civil war, with the Home Guard and African police thrown into the thick of it.”
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