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thick

1. mod. stupid; thickheaded. She’s sort of thick, but she means well.
2. mod. involved (with someone). They’re thick as can be.
3. mod. unbelievable. This story is too thick for me. I’m cruising outa here.
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8m: Very thickly bedded, Cream to brown weathered color limestone, low weathered color.
According to a law called the prima facie speed limit law, a motorist - even without a posted speed limit sign - cannot, for example, exceed 30 mph on roadways that run within thickly settled areas or business districts.
The buildings front a creek, which produces thickly wooded views along the back of both buildings.
Saline amnioinfusion for labors with thickly meconium-stained amniotic fluid does not prevent meconium aspiration syndrome, William D.
So it was hopeless already when I noticed/that my legs were running/with blood, with mosquitos thickly drowning,/when you turned from me saying,/well, it's what you wanted.
Miller says that health problems related to pollution from heavily traveled border crossings are acute in Mexico because most crossings are located in thickly populated areas.
Here, shardlike slabs of red and green-blue slate stand thickly grouped in a graceful oval.
You can trace horrors on his face thin red rivers hectic across his nose and cheeks his milky eyes are overhung by the arid incline of his brows his mouth is small mean puckered like a fish his shoulders are eroding into his chest he bares his belly when the weather is fine his ribs are echoed by a series of scars when I first saw them drawn by their pallor he thrust his chest out like a fighting cock shark honey or a knife hard to remember he leans back from his pelvis when he walks trailing his body like an afterthought his legs are sturdy thickly veined when he descends the stairs like a homely god I am forced to remember the mop bucket I am bent over like a penitent and I remember my first hatred
Thickly illustrated program books for each of Neumeier's full-length ballets are filled with archival drawings, photographs, and lengthy critical interpretations of his dance subjects.
Can anyone out-Waits Waits for audacious, growling down-and-out portraits of life's cast offs, where every scene could be painted on a thickly stained pool room floor?
Older generation crosslappers lay down more thickly on the edges than in the center of the web.
15 minutes before going out, thickly apply UV type A and UV type B sunscreen (sun protection factor (SPF): at least 15).
Do his Petrarchan pieces seem to dim a bit before their bawdy companions from his studio because lyricism wasn't his vein or because they still lie covered with thickly spun cobwebs?
The cake is thickly covered with an orange-flavoured, soft creamy frosting, and decorated with nibbed walnuts.
I have to take off my shoes, which, I notice with horror, are thickly crusted with a substance that may resemble gunpowder but is, in fact, dried lemonade from an unfortunate spill at Sbarro's.