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To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (noun) thick

Synonyms: midst, thick Definition: the location of something surrounded by other things Usage: in the midst of the crowd

Hypernyms: inside, interior Definition: the region that is inside of something

Synonyms for (adjective) thick

Synonyms: thick Definition: abounding; having a lot of Usage: the top was thick with dust

Hypernyms: abundant Definition: present in great quantity Usage: an abundant supply of water

Synonyms: duncical, duncish, thick, thick-skulled, thickheaded, wooden-headed, fatheaded, blockheaded, boneheaded, loggerheaded Definition: (used informally) stupid

Hypernyms: stupid Definition: lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity

Synonyms: buddy-buddy, chummy, thick Definition: (used informally) associated on close terms Usage: a close friend; the bartender was chummy with the regular customers; the two were thick as thieves for months

Hypernyms: close Definition: close in relevance or relationship Usage: a close family; we are all...in close sympathy with...; close kin; a close resemblance

Synonyms: thick Definition: having component parts closely crowded together Usage: a compact shopping center; a dense population; thick crowds; a thick forest; thick hair

Hypernyms: concentrated Definition: gathered together or made less diffuse Usage: their concentrated efforts; his concentrated attention; concentrated study; a narrow thread of concentrated ore

Synonyms: thick, slurred Definition: spoken as if with a thick tongue Usage: the thick speech of a drunkard; his words were slurred

Hypernyms: unintelligible Definition: poorly articulated or enunciated, or drowned by noise Usage: unintelligible speech

Synonyms: thick, deep Definition: (of darkness) very intense Usage: thick night; thick darkness; a face in deep shadow; deep night

Hypernyms: intense Definition: possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree Usage: intense heat; intense anxiety; intense desire; intense emotion; the skunk's intense acrid odor; intense pain; enemy fire was intense

Synonyms: dense, thick Definition: hard to pass through because of dense growth Usage: dense vegetation; thick woods

Hypernyms: impenetrable Definition: not admitting of penetration or passage into or through Usage: an impenetrable fortress; impenetrable rain forests

Synonyms: compact, stocky, thick, thickset, heavyset Definition: having a short and solid form or stature Usage: a wrestler of compact build; he was tall and heavyset; stocky legs; a thickset young man

Hypernyms: short, little Definition: low in stature; not tall Usage: he was short and stocky; short in stature; a short smokestack; a little man

Synonyms: thick Definition: not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions Usage: an inch thick; a thick board; a thick sandwich; spread a thick layer of butter; thick coating of dust; thick warm blankets

Hypernyms: deep Definition: relatively thick from top to bottom Usage: deep carpets; deep snow

Hypernyms: deep-chested Definition: thick in the chest Usage: a deep-chested breed of dog

Hypernyms: fat Definition: having a relatively large diameter Usage: a fat rope

Hypernyms: four-ply Definition: having a thickness made up of four layers or strands Usage: four-ply yarns

Hypernyms: heavy Definition: made of fabric having considerable thickness Usage: a heavy coat

Hypernyms: heavy Definition: of relatively large extent and density Usage: a heavy line

Hypernyms: quilted Definition: made of layers of fabric held together by patterned stitching

Hypernyms: thickened Definition: made or having become thick Usage: thickened bronchial arteries

Hypernyms: three-ply Definition: having a thickness made up of three layers or strands Usage: three-ply cloth; three-ply yarn

Hypernyms: two-ply Definition: having a thickness made up of two layers or strands

Synonyms: thick Definition: relatively dense in consistency Usage: thick cream; thick soup; thick smoke; thick fog

Hypernyms: clogged, clotted Definition: thickened or coalesced in soft thick lumps (such as clogs or clots) Usage: clotted blood; seeds clogged together

Hypernyms: coagulable Definition: capable of coagulating and becoming thick

Hypernyms: coagulate, coagulated, curdled, grumose, grumous Definition: transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass Usage: coagulated blood; curdled milk; grumous blood

Hypernyms: creamy Definition: thick like cream

Hypernyms: dense, impenetrable, heavy Definition: permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter Usage: dense smoke; heavy fog; impenetrable gloom

Hypernyms: gelatinlike, gelatinous, jellylike Definition: thick like gelatin

Hypernyms: thready, stringy, ropey, ropy Definition: forming viscous or glutinous threads

Hypernyms: soupy Definition: having the consistency and appearance of soup Usage: a soupy fog

Hypernyms: viscous, syrupy Definition: having a relatively high resistance to flow

Hypernyms: thickened Definition: made thick in consistency Usage: flour-thickened gravy; dust-thickened saliva