Thesaurus / thicket
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Purkinje cells collect signals with lush thickets of tendrils, before sending along their own quieting signals.
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However, with scrutiny over the company’s dominant position coming to a head, potential competitors have been gradually coming out of the thicket and attempting to distinguish themselves from the market leader.
WHAT WOULD IT TAKE FOR NEW SEARCH ENGINES TO SUCCEED?GEORGE NGUYENDECEMBER 15, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
We got off our horses and stooped over the man, forgetting for the moment that danger might lurk in the surrounding thicket.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
No trail was so obtuse, no thicket so dense that members of that regiment would not track them to their lair.
THE COURIER OF THE OZARKSBYRON A. DUNN
A girl was moved to pity by a picture of a lamb caught in a thicket, and tried to lift the branch that lay across the animal.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
The eyes of the huge brute opened instantly, and he had half risen before the loud report of the gun rang through the thicket.
And out of this thicket, alas, no two people ever emerge hand in hand in concord.
THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICESTEPHEN LEACOCK
The major walked on, but had not gone many paces when three lions walked out of a thicket not twenty paces off.
He did not stop until he dashed headlong into a thicket, far away to the right of their line of march.
Every thicket will have its troop; every finger, for a hundred leagues round, will be on the trigger.
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