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Spell check of thick

Correct spelling: thick

Synonyms:
broad, awash, obtuse, concentrated, stocky, mystifying, cloudy, half-witted, vacuous, two-ply, wooden-headed, tactless, lousy, luxuriant, clotted, light, stringy, gelatinous, cryptical, unintelligible, near, loyally, love, thickset, opaque, obscure, dunderheaded, inseparable, serried, profuse, heaped, coagulate, unintelligent, chuckleheaded, cohesive, jellylike, dense, glutinous, senseless, teeming, congested, thickheaded, abstruse, grumose, intimate, quilted, close, solid, ability, cryptic, dull, syrupy, abounding, heavy, cream, compendious, full, wide, duncish, unbearable, flush, deep, four-ply, empty-headed, dimwitted, hebetudinous, squat, ignorant, pinheaded, gormless, swarming, fat, loggerheaded, jammed, edge, stubby, impervious, softheaded, curdled, blocky, fraternal, tight, intense, turbid, expansive, duncical, bulky, dopey, soft, crowded, friendly, viscid, deep-chested, three-ply, birdbrained, fraught, replete, fatuous, thickened, dumpy, adhesive, chunky, porous, coagulated, thick-skulled, succinct, midst, impenetrable, eye, airheaded, gelatinlike, big, simple, packed, viscous, familiar, scattered, weak-minded, bonehead, thronging, gummy, ropey, bass, devotedly, compact, rich, sparse, indistinct, brainless, insolent, rank, oafish, abundant, mysterious, inscrutable, slow, slow-witted, bosom, unsmart, inward, fatheaded, multitudinous, witless, stumpy, doltish, long, thick-witted, dumb, thready, ropy, jam-packed, numerous, dim-witted, tighten, cordial, recondite, coagulable, lunkheaded, grumous, densely, stodgy, boneheaded, summary, brain-dead, especial, mindless, buddy-buddy, dorky, chummy, muddy, thickly, condensed, slurred, heavyset, populous, dim, blockheaded, lush, bubbleheaded, high, lamebrain, clogged, rude, soupy.

Antonyms:
brainy, reserved, rational, light, mild, highbrow, knowing, diaphanous, fine, narrow, uncrowded, intellectual, withdrawn, erudite, hyperfine, needlelike, informed, attenuated, discerning, quick, intelligent, keen, cold, filiform, depressed, dilute, bare, sapient, tall, elongate, deficient, reasonable, foxy, intelligible, capillary, empty, threadlike, short, wafer-thin, bright, squeezed, judicious, logical, smart, bladed, tight, skilled, sharp-witted, brilliant, commodious, bottleneck, hairline, flowing, prudent, filmy, gauzy, trained, slender, ingenious, standoffish, sane, insightful, clever, tightened, transparent, exhausted, crafty, supersmart, ultrasmart, condensed, quick-witted, soupy, wily, perceptive, fast, compressed, see-through, thinly, vacant, tenuous, smallish, unsociable, schooled, contracted, paper thin, astute, loose, airy, void, sharp, cool, runny, spacious, distant, wise, diluted, papery, valid, thinking, reedlike, rarified, well-read, constricted, open, cunning, slim, aloof, scholarly, sage, attenuate, antisocial, shallow, acute, filamentlike, watered-down, nimble, sound, thready, depleted, resourceful, cerebral, liquid, flat, insufficient, distributed, hyperintelligent, thin, knowledgeable, devoid, unfriendly, skinny, drained, apt, incomplete, rare, scarce, ribbonlike, sensible, percipient, rarefied, weak, penetrable, ribbony, perspicacious, cobwebby, undersized, sheer, watery, close, slim-jim, educated, sleazy, shrewd, learned, roomy, gossamer, detached, frosty, small, remote, sagacious, barren, literate, blank, savvy, hairlike, filamentous, fluid, stark, vaporous.

Examples of usage:

1) It came through the thick fur of my shoulders with the tenderness of a warm human hand. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Then thick smoke whirled about him, and for a moment or two he stopped and gasped, feeling for the rock with a cautious hand. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) " It is not very thick," said Percival. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

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