thick[ thik ]SEE DEFINITION OF thick
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THICK
Some came from the interior of Africa and had woolly hair and thick lips.
She was saying in a thick, soft voice, "It was wrong of you, my darling."
He must have thick, flossy hair like Mimi, so that I can stroke him.
Her lips were so thick that they moved stiffly when she spoke or smiled.
When the whole has cooked until it is thick, add the lobster.
Beat, and when it begins to get thick, add the nuts and coconut.
Garson cleared his throat with difficulty, and his voice was thick.
This is shown by the curve, O P Q, shown in a thick full line.
He's a plebeian from his thick shoe soles to his thin hair; but he's honest.
He was dressed in a thick, golden-brown stuff from head to foot.