Synsets for "thick"

Synset: midst.n.01

Synonyms: midst

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the location of something surrounded by other things

Examples: in the midst of the crowd

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Synset: thick.a.01

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions

Examples: an inch thick | a thick board | a thick sandwich | spread a thick layer of butter | thick coating of dust | thick warm blankets

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Synset: thick.s.02

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having component parts closely crowded together

Examples: a compact shopping center | a dense population | thick crowds | a thick forest | thick hair

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Synset: thick.a.03

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: relatively dense in consistency

Examples: thick cream | thick soup | thick smoke | thick fog

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Synset: slurred.s.01

Synonyms: slurred

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: spoken as if with a thick tongue

Examples: the thick speech of a drunkard | his words were slurred

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Synset: compact.s.02

Synonyms: compact

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having a short and solid form or stature

Examples: a wrestler of compact build | he was tall and heavyset | stocky legs | a thickset young man

Lemmas: compact heavyset stocky thick thickset

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Synset: dense.s.02

Synonyms: dense

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: hard to pass through because of dense growth

Examples: dense vegetation | thick woods

Lemmas: dense thick

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Synset: thick.s.07

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of darkness) very intense

Examples: thick night | thick darkness | a face in deep shadow | deep night

Lemmas: thick deep

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Synset: chummy.s.02

Synonyms: chummy

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (used informally) associated on close terms

Examples: a close friend | the bartender was chummy with the regular customers | the two were thick as thieves for months

Lemmas: chummy buddy-buddy thick

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Synset: blockheaded.s.01

Synonyms: blockheaded

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (used informally) stupid

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Lemmas: blockheaded boneheaded duncical duncish fatheaded loggerheaded thick thickheaded thick-skulled wooden-headed

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Synset: thick.s.10

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: abounding; having a lot of

Examples: the top was thick with dust

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Synset: thickly.r.03

Synonyms: thickly

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: with a thick consistency

Examples: the blood was flowing thick

Lemmas: thickly thick

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Synset: thick.r.02

Synonyms: thick

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: in quick succession

Examples: misfortunes come fast and thick

Lemmas: thick thickly

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Thick set Trivially formula_5 is a thick set. Other well-known sets that are thick include non-primes and non-squares. Thick sets can also be sparse, for example:
Magdeburg-class cruiser The ships were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships and thick on the bow. The stern was unarmored. The deck was covered with up to 60 mm thick armor plate forward, thick amidships, and thick aft. Sloped armor 40 mm thick connected the deck and belt armor. The conning tower had thick sides and a 20 mm thick roof. A rangefinder was added with thick steel plating. The main battery guns had thick gun shields.
Graudenz-class cruiser The ships were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships and thick on the bow. The stern was unarmored. The deck was covered with up to 60 mm thick armor plate forward, thick amidships, and thick aft. Sloped armor 40 mm thick connected the deck and belt armor. The conning tower had thick sides and a 20 mm thick roof. A rangefinder was added with thick steel plating. The main battery guns had thick gun shields.
Admiral Hipper-class cruiser The ships' main battery turrets were protected with thick faces and 70 mm thick sides. Their roofs were also 70 mm thick. The 10.5 cm guns were equipped with thick gun shields. The forward conning tower had thick sides and a thick roof. The rear conning tower was significantly less well armored, with only splinter protection. Their sides were 30 mm thick with a 20 mm thick roof. The anti-aircraft fire directors were also given splinter protection, with thick shields.
Thick Black Theory "Houheixue" is translated as "Thick Black Theory", "Thick and Dark Theory", or "Study of the Thick and Dark". "Hou" 厚 is first word of "thick face" in Chinese; it means having a thick hide. Hei 黑 means black or dark in Chinese; it means having a dark mind in the context (cf. xuan 玄, e.g. in Xuanxue).
Thick as Thieves (Cavo song) "Thick as Thieves" is the lead single from Cavo's second studio album, "Thick as Thieves".
Roon-class cruiser The forward conning tower had thick sides and a thick roof. The rear conning tower was less well-protected; its sides were only 80 mm thick and its roof was thick. The main battery gun turrets were armored with 150 mm thick steel plates on the sides and 30 mm thick roofs. The 15 cm turrets were protected by 100 mm thick sides and 80 mm thick gun shields.
Cöln-class cruiser The "Cöln" class ships were protected by an armored belt composed of Krupp cemented steel. It was thick amidships and forward. The stern was not protected by armor. The armored deck was thick in the stern, thick amidships, and 60 mm thick forward. Sloped armor 40 mm thick connected the deck and belt armor. The conning tower had thick sides and a 20 mm thick roof. The main battery guns were protected with thick gun shields.
Thick line The thick line policy (Polish: gruba kreska, "thick stroke", or gruba linia, "thick line") was the term used by a prime minister of Poland, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, in his first parliamentary speech in Sejm, in 1989.
Königsberg-class cruiser (1915) The "Cöln" class ships were protected by an armored belt composed of Krupp cemented steel. It was thick amidships and forward. The stern was not protected by armor. The armored deck was thick in the stern, thick amidships, and 60 mm thick forward. Sloped armor 40 mm thick connected the deck and belt armor. The conning tower had thick sides and a 20 mm thick roof. The main battery guns were protected with thick gun shields. A 20 mm thick deck and 30 mm thick side armor protected the mine hold.
Italian cruiser Trieste She was protected with an armored belt that was thick amidships with armored bulkheads thick on either end. Her armor deck was thick in the central portion of the ship and reduced to at either end. The gun turrets had thick plating on the faces and the supporting barbettes they sat in were thick. The main conning tower had 100 mm thick sides.
Kaiser Friedrich III-class battleship The conning tower was protected by armored sides that were 250 mm thick and a roof that was thick. Each main-battery turret had a thick roof and 250 mm thick sides. The 15 cm guns mounted in turrets were protected by 150 mm thick sides and thick gun shields. Those in the casemates also had 150 mm worth of armor protection.
Italian cruiser Zara She was protected with an armored belt that was thick amidships. Her main deck was thick and there was a secondary deck thick over the main one. The gun turrets had 150 mm thick plating on the faces and the barbettes they sat in were also 150 mm thick. The main conning tower had 150 mm thick sides.
Italian cruiser Trento She was protected with a armored belt that was thick amidships with armored bulkheads thick on either end. Her armor deck was thick in the central portion of the ship and reduced to at either end. The gun turrets had thick plating on the faces and the supporting barbettes they sat in were thick. The main conning tower had 100 mm thick sides.
Irene-class cruiser The ships were protected with compound steel armor. The armored deck was plus thick with 20 mm thick slopes. The coaming was thick on thick teak. The conning tower had thick sides and a 20 mm thick roof. The ships were equipped with cork cofferdams.
Victoria Louise-class cruiser Armor protection for the ships was composed of Krupp steel. The main deck was thick with thick slopes. The forward conning tower had thick sides and a thick roof. The aft conning tower was given only splinter protection, with just thick sides. The 21 cm and 15 cm gun turrets had 100 mm thick sides and 30 mm thick roofs. The casemate guns were also given 100 mm worth of armor protection. The ships were also equipped with cork cofferdams.
French battleship Masséna The ship's armor was constructed with Harvey steel manufactured by Creusot. The main belt was thick, and ran for a length of along the hull. It was wide. Above the belt was thick side armor. The bulkheads at either end of the armored belt were thick. The main battery guns were protected with of armor, and the secondary turrets had thick sides. The main armored deck was thick, and the splinter deck below it was thick. The conning tower had thick sides.
Foremost Formation The Foremost Formation outcrops along the Milk, Oldman and Bow Rivers. It is about thick near Lethbridge, thick near Medicine Hat, and thick at Dinosaur Provincial Park.
SMS Helgoland (1912) The ship was protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships. The conning tower had 60 mm thick sides, and the deck was thick.
Rectus abdominis muscle It's typically around 10 mm thick (compared to 20 mm thick superficial fat), or 20 mm thick in young athletes such as handball players.