English - English Dictionary

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thickeningthe act of thickening
thickheadAustralian and southeastern Asian birds with a melodious whistling call
thick-kneelarge-headed large-eyed crepuscular or nocturnal shorebird of the Old World and tropical America having a thickened knee joint
thick-billed murrea variety of murre
thick skinskin that is very thick (as an elephant or rhinoceros)
thicknessresistance to flow
thicknessthe dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width
thicknessused of a line or mark
thicketa dense growth of bushes
thickthe location of something surrounded by other things; "in the midst of the crowd"
TrevithickEnglish engineer who built the first railway locomotive (1771-1833)
Richard TrevithickEnglish engineer who built the first railway locomotive (1771-1833)
thick-footed morela delicious morel with a conic fertile portion having deep and irregular pits
thickeningany thickened enlargement
thickeningany material used to thicken; "starch is used in cooking as a thickening"
thickenerany material used to thicken; "starch is used in cooking as a thickening"
thickenbecome thick or thicker; "The sauce thickened"; "The egg yolk will inspissate"
thickenmake thick or thicker; "Thicken the sauce"; "inspissate the tar so that it becomes pitch"
thickenmake viscous or dense; "thicken the sauce by adding flour"
thickabundantly covered or filled; "the top was thick with dust"
thickused informally
thickheadedused informally
thick-skulledused informally
thick(p)(used informally) associated on close terms; "a close friend"; "the bartender was chummy with the regular customers"; "the two were thick as thieves for months"
thickclosely crowded together; "a compact shopping center"; "a dense population"; "thick crowds"