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Textual thesaurus for "thick"

(adj) duncical, duncish, thick-skulled, thickheaded, wooden-headed, fatheaded, blockheaded, boneheaded, loggerheaded

(used informally) stupid


(adj) buddy-buddy, chummy

(used informally) associated on close terms

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


(adj) slurred

spoken as if with a thick tongue

the thick speech of a drunkard; his words were slurred


(adj) deep

(of darkness) very intense

thick night; thick darkness; a face in deep shadow; deep night


(adj) dense

hard to pass through because of dense growth

dense vegetation; thick woods


(adj) compact, stocky, thickset, heavyset

having a short and solid form or stature

a wrestler of compact build; he was tall and heavyset; stocky legs; a thickset young man


(adv) thickly

in quick succession

misfortunes come fast and thick


(adv) thickly

with a thick consistency

the blood was flowing thick


(noun) midst

the location of something surrounded by other things

in the midst of the crowd