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She was wearing a thick woollen sweater.
Cut the bread into thick slices. The walls in our house are only a few inches thick.
It is a rectangular piece of woodperhaps 5 centimetres thick. For dessertserve strawberries covered in thick sweet cream. The soup should be nice and thick. Her thick dark hair hangs all the way to her shoulders. Thick fog prevented Bobby from returning home. The air was thick with smoke. The airport Thick thick with police officers. He speaks Spanish fluentlybut with a Thick British accent. His voice was thick with fury. Definition and synonyms of thick from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
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