thick with (someone or something)

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thick with (someone or something)

Full of or containing a lot of something or a type of person. The campus has been thick with protesters ever since allegations surfaced against the university's president. The room became thick with smoke a package of chocolates I left on the hot stove caught fire.
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(be) thick with something/somebody

(be) full of something/somebody: The air was thick with the scent of roses.The street was thick with reporters and photographers.
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IT'S a delicate day, one where you might feel like laying it on thick with someone who has got away with things but you know that 10 minutes later you'll be saying sorry.