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relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite

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having all parts near to each other

growing profusely

having a dense or viscous consistency

very closely associated

the most intensely active central part

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the location of something surrounded by other things

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not thin

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having component parts closely crowded together

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relatively dense in consistency

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spoken as if with a thick tongue

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having a short and solid form or stature

hard to pass through because of dense growth

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(of darkness) very intense

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(used informally) associated on close terms

abounding

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with a thick consistency

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in quick succession

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References in periodicals archive ?
I'M still trying to work out whether I should be Ooohing and Aaahing over the reprieve of a calf that has become the Nation's Sacred Cow, or bloody insulted that this Government is treating the electorate like we're all as thick as two short planks.
He looked as thick as two short planks when asked to go forward but, when the penny finally did drop, he shot to the front inside the last to score by three and a quarter lengths from Lord Ofthe Shadows.
IF ever we needed proof that - with a few notable exceptions - boxers are as thick as two short planks, here it is.
But sometimes he's as thick as two short planks and it's the wife in the audience who is miles brighter.
But sometimes he is as thick as two short planks and it's the wife in the audience who is miles brighter.