Thesaurus / thick-skinned
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Only a very underbred, thick-skinned person would attempt it.

EtiquetteEmily Post

The young people chafed, and, finding Billy Knapp either imperturbable or thick-skinned, they turned their attention to Alfred.

Blazed Trail StoriesStewart Edward White

He was thick-skinned and irrepressible, but Caldigate endeavoured to show his displeasure.

John CaldigateAnthony Trollope

Au, you thick-skinned beast,” he cried; “if I were only down there with a stick!

In the King's NameGeorge Manville Fenn

Its habits are so unlike those of the thick-skinned brutes—its mode of life so different from that of a rhinoceros.

He is thick-skinned, but he looked sort of flabbergasted when you whisked off just now with that snort of yours.

And even such a thick-skinned animal as a rhinoceros likes to plaster himself with mud to keep away the insects.

Was she really so callous, so thick-skinned that she was immune from insult?

The Lady DocCaroline Lockhart

A woman may be hyperæsthetic in one sphere of her tastes and as thick-skinned as a rhinoceros in others.

The Nervous HousewifeAbraham Myerson

It is exhausting to belabour a thick-skinned and obstinate animal with a stick.

Blue LightsR.M. Ballantyne

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