thick ExamplesEN[θɪk] [-ɪk]
- Examples of thick
- So thick bestrown abject and lost lay these, covering the flood.
- The city woke under a thick blanket of fog.
- Army units sealed off the market, a parade of dilapidated shops where bloodstained feathers clung to broken cages and shop windows were secured with layers of thick blastproof wiring.
- The lyrics are different: gone are the dreamy, un-self-conscious proclamations of affection from the EP (which was reissued with additional tracks), replaced with vividly dark broodings, thick with doubt and fear.
- I have two conclusions to report: If you like cakey batter, make what amounts to a thick pancake batter.
- At the New Jersey factory on Thursday, the air was thick with a candylike scent.
- A cespitous or turfy plant has many stems from the same root, usually forming a close, thick carpet of matting. — Martyn.
- Flocks thick nibbling through the clovered vale. — Thomson.
- [A]lready the gate was blocked with a wall of squared stones laid dry, but very thick and very high, across the opening.
- The face which emerged was not reassuring. It was blunt and grey, the nose springing thick and flat from high on the frontal bone of the forehead, whilst his eyes were narrow slits of dark in a tight bandage of tissue. […].
- Examples of thicks
- The nightmare Life-in-death was she, / Who thicks man's blood with cold. — Coleridge.
- Examples of thicker
- The black walnut and the hickory nut, both of the same Genus as the pecan, have much thicker and harder shells than the pecan.
- 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.
- For example, closely related cibicidids living on thicker carbonate substrates, like C.
- Only the results for the thicker PEO microlayers conformed to Eq. 2, with P PEO,eff P PEO , as indicated by the dashed line.
- Examples of thickest
- The hall of the chancellory had been transformed into a cloakroom and there the crowd was thickest.
- Asses' milk is holden for to be thickest, and therefore they use it instead of renning, to turn milk. — Holland.
- 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.
- Other rarities usually occur where nonrare plants are thickest.
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