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  • Examples of thick
    1. Ultrasonography showed bilateral hydroureteronephrosis with distended, thick walled bladder.
    2. [ …] wiping up crayon and markers from the walls, handprints, thick mud tracks, picking up kinderspullen, etc.
    3. The ambassador, a financial executive, was a lanky man of 39 in an oversize suit, with a long, pointy nose, a thick helmet of overbrushed brown hair and eyebrows whose animation seemed fitful and beyond his control.
    4. The two masters have fundamentally different ideals of the human form : Fra Filippo's figures are short and thick, round-headed, and wide-handed ; Botticelli's, on the contrary, are tall and slender, with long oval faces and narrow bony hands
    5. He was a physical specimen as a 17-year-old pheenom in 1936, and he is still a force of nature — barrel-chested, thick shoulders, powerful arms he developed carrying buckets of water from the Raccoon River to his family farm in Van Meter, Iowa.
    6. The corallum is generally turbinate, but shows a wide variation ranging from subdiscoidal or patellate forms to thick cylindrical columns [29 ,37 ].
  • Examples of thicks
    1. The nightmare Life-in-death was she, / Who thicks man's blood with cold. — Coleridge.
  • Examples of thicker
    1. The shot needs to be slightly thicker than half-ball to get to the center pocket.
    2. "The ribbon was that thin." "I disagree, I say it was not that thin, it was thicker... or maybe thinner..."
    3. FREE--and that the schulehouses war a d--d sight thicker than the bugs in Miles Privett's beds! and thet's saying a heap, for ef eny on you kin sleep in his house, excep' he takes to the soft side of the floor, I'm d--d.
    4. My hopes wa'n't disappointed. I never saw clams thicker than they was along them inshore flats. I filled my dreener in no time, and then it come to me that 'twouldn't be a bad idee to get a lot more, take 'em with me to Wellmouth, and peddle 'em out.
    5. The steel hulls of ice-breakers are much thicker than those of standard vessels.
    6. The black walnut and the hickory nut, both of the same Genus as the pecan, have much thicker and harder shells than the pecan.
    7. Such films are vulnerable to outdoor weather conditions and, if used as films, must be protected by a surface cover sheet such as glass or a thicker, tough, transparent plastic in a multicover collector.
    8. For example, closely related cibicidids living on thicker carbonate substrates, like C.
  • Examples of thickest
    1. The hall of the chancellory had been transformed into a cloakroom and there the crowd was thickest.
    2. Asses' milk is holden for to be thickest, and therefore they use it instead of renning, to turn milk. — Holland.
    3. When all depart, when Complements are loud, / Be sure to mix among the thickest Crowd: / There I will be, and there we cannot miss, / Perhaps to Grubble, or at least to Kiss.
    4. Other rarities usually occur where nonrare plants are thickest.
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