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Definitions of thick:

part of speech: adverb

Closely; as, thick and fast they came.

part of speech: adverb

Thickly.

part of speech: adjective

Dense: imperfectly mobile: compact: not transparent or clear: misty: dull: crowded: closely set: abundant: frequent, in quick succession: having great depth or circumference.

part of speech: noun

The densest part: as, the thick of the fight.

part of speech: adjective

Not thin; dense; close; compact, muddy; not clear; having more depth from side to side, or from sufrace to surfacem than in common use; deep, as five inches thick; crowded; followin each other in quick succession; dark; obscure; dull; stupid; intimate or familiar, as he is very thick with him.

part of speech: adjective

Not thin; having considerable distance between two opposite surfaces; as, a thick book; not slender; as, a thick staff; closely set, as trees; dense; as, a thick cloud; crowded; not clear; as, the air was thick; misty; muddy; dull or stupid; colloquially, very intimate; indistinct, as speech.

part of speech: noun

The thickest or most crowded part.

part of speech: adverb

Closely: frequently: fast: to a great depth.

part of speech: adverb

Fast; frequently; to a greater depth than usual.

part of speech: noun

Thickness.

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