The spell of them lay thick upon her as she was undressed by Magda.
The next day the snow fell fast and lay thick on the ground.
Lay thick slices of tongue in a circle, the pieces overlapping.
There was mist on the road; the leaves that lay thick were black.
Alethea-Belle Buchanan looked about eighteen; and her face was white as the dust that lay thick upon her grey linen cloak.
He was so feeble that he could scarcely walk through the snow that now lay thick on the short grass.
She scrambled about in the branches, tossing down the bright apples till they lay thick on the ground about the lounge.
Not a breath of wind stirred the dead leaves that lay thick beneath the trees in the park—not a sound broke the stillness.
It was shaken out with each beat of the drum-sticks, and now lay thick on the velvet cover of the chair.
The alkali dust of Arizona lay thick on every exposed inch of him, but youth bloomed inextinguishably through the grime.