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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THICK SKIN

The flavor is good, but the thick skin and muskiness in taste are objectionable.

"It's only a thick skin I've got that doesn't show the blood through," he answered.

She rubs the soft, thick skin of her face with layers of grease.

The pulp of the banana is covered with a thick skin, which is easily detached.

The flavor is good but the thick skin and muskiness in taste are objectionable.

A thick skin of new ice showed that it had not been used for some time.

One, I remember, had an abnormally rough and thick skin, had had it all his life.

His thick skin was of the characteristic Osnomian green and his eyes were the usual black, but he had no hair whatever.

Adelaide cut the oranges and lemon lengthwise into quarters, removing the seeds and thick skin at the centers.

Inside the thick skin, the flesh is mealy and sweetish around a few hard nutlets that contain the seed.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.