For breakfast I had a thick slice of bread and syrup...
He wore glasses with thick rims...
This material is very thick and this needle is not strong enough to go through it.
The folder was two inches thick...
How thick are these walls?
...a finger as thick as a sausage.
She inherited our father's thick, wavy hair...
They walked through thick forest.
The air is thick with acrid smoke from the fires...
She ate scones thick with butter.
In the winter she wears thick socks, Wellington boots and gloves...
She wore a thick tartan skirt and a red cashmere sweater.
The smoke was bluish-black and thick...
It wasn't very thick fog.
They had to battle through thick mud to reach construction workers...
The sauce is thick and rich so don't bother trying to diet.
When he spoke his voice was thick with bitterness.
He answered our questions in English but with a thick accent...
'What do you want?' a teenage girl demanded in a thick German accent.
How could she have been so thick?
The rumours have been coming thick and fast...
Distress calls were pouring in thick and fast from all over the area.
I enjoy being in the thick of things...
Peterson suddenly found himself in the thick of desperate fighting.
She'd stuck by Bob through thick and thin...
I will go on loving James through thick and thin no matter what happens.