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thick

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thick

adjective

Definition of THICK

1
having or being of relatively great depth or extent from one surface to its opposite <a thick board was laid across the pit>
Synonyms chunky, fat
Near Antonyms narrow, shallow
Antonyms skinny, slender, slim, thin
2
being of a consistency that resists flow <thick maple syrup for pancakes>
Synonyms ropy (also ropey), syrupy, viscid, viscous
Antonyms runny, soupy, thin, watery
4
having a greater than usual measure across <cross your name off the list with a really thick line so I can see it>
Synonyms broad, fat, thick
Related Words expansive, extensive, sweeping; commodious, roomy, spacious; outsize (also outsized), oversize (or oversized), sizable (or sizeable), substantial, tidy, voluminous
5
having little space between items or parts <a hedge thick with gorse bushes>
Near Antonyms commodious, roomy, spacious
Antonyms airy, loose, open, uncrowded
6
not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily <couldn't believe that his guests were so thick that they were missing his hints that it was time to leave>

March 02, 2015
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