Thesaurus / thickset
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But do not the turnpikes, or fall-stops, with which these rivers are thickset, contravene also the rights of nature?

"There goes the throttler," said the thickset fellow, who still wheezed from the pressure of Ren's fingers.

And then the thickset form of Simon Rattar appeared dimly on the gravel, crossing to the lawn beyond.

SimonJ. Storer Clouston

Leaning over the gates is a thickset man gazing with repugnance upon a lettuce leaf which he is holding in his right hand.

Sundry AccountsIrvin S. Cobb

A short, thickset man, who did not belong to the battle-ship's company, for he was a prisoner.

Dick gazed with all his eyes, and he saw several hundred yards away a thickset man on a sorrel horse.

The Sword of AntietamJoseph A. Altsheler

His figure was thickset, but had not as yet acquired the squatness of later days.

Allan RamsayWilliam Henry Oliphant Smeaton

His figure was thickset, but his face was worn and thin, and his complexion brownish; his air somewhat weary and nervous.

The Russian OperaRosa Newmarch

The boy glanced back at the thickset, powerful figure, standing by one of the fires and looking gravely into the coals.

The Guns of ShilohJoseph A. Altsheler

I found a very stout, thickset, little old woman, who greeted me with an affable bow and waited for me to speak.

Frdrique; vol. 2Charles Paul de Kock

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