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Another word for thick

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Adjective
  1. Relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite

      1. The ester of glycerol and one, two, or three fatty acids.
      2. Any of various soft, solid, or semisolid organic compounds constituting the esters of glycerol and fatty acids and their associated organic groups.
      3. A mixture of such compounds occurring widely in organic tissue, especially in the adipose tissue of animals and in the seeds, nuts, and fruits of plants.
    See also:

    thick

  2. Short, heavy, and solidly built

    See also:

    fat

  3. Having all parts near to each other

    See also:

    tighten

  4. Growing profusely

    See also:

    big

  5. Having a dense or viscous consistency

    See also:

    solid

  6. Lacking in intelligence

    See also:

    ability

  7. Very closely associated

Noun
  1. The most intensely active central part

      1. The middle position or part; the center:
      2. A position of proximity to others:
      3. The condition of being surrounded or beset by something:
      1. An organ of vision or of light sensitivity.
      2. Either of a pair of hollow structures located in bony sockets of the skull, functioning together or independently, each having a lens capable of focusing incident light on an internal photosensitive retina from which nerve impulses are sent to the brain; the vertebrate organ of vision.
      3. The external, visible portion of this organ together with its associated structures, especially the eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows.
    See also:

    edge

Another word for thick

Modifier
  1. Dense

  2. Deep

  3. Of heavy consistency

  4. Not clear

  5. Stupid

    See also:

    dull

  6. *Intimate

  7. *Presumptuous

    See also:

    rude

Idioms:

Synonym Study

  • Compact suggests close and firm packing, esp. within a small space, and usually implies neatness and order in the arrangement of parts a compact bundle
  • Dense suggests such a crowding together of elements or parts as to form an almost impervious mass a dense fog
  • Close , in this comparison, refers to something whose parts or elements are near together with little space between close-order drill
  • Thick , in this connection, suggests a great number of constituent parts massed tightly together thick fur