Definition of Thicks

1. thick [n] - See also: thick



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thicks

thickety
thickhead
thickheaded
thickheadedness
thickheads
thicking
thickish
thickly
thickly settled
thickness
thicknesser
thicknesses
thicko
thickoes
thickos
thicks (current term)
thickset
thicksets
thickskin
thickskinned
thickskins
thickskull
thickskulls
thickspread
thickwit
thickwits
thickwitted
thicky
thider
thiderward

Literary usage of Thicks

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1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... And there, the spotted lynx, her harbour hath ; And o'er the dwale-grown cankered bramble-thicks, The uncheerful spider, weaves her poisonous gins. ..."

2. Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society by Essex Archaeological Society (1903)
"OLIVER'S thicks RAMPART: AN EARTHWORK NEAR COLCHESTER. BY HENRY LAVER, FSA, FLS To the west and south of Colchester there are remains of extensive ..."

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