The color is thickly laid on.
The tree stands motionless, clothed in twilight, thickly bedecked with dewdrops.
Inglés palabraépais"(thickly) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Killarney" (Mary Gorges)Fiches du livre - "Riverby" (John Burroughs)Fiches du livre - "Spiders" (Cecil Warburton)Fiches du livre - "Jack Hardy" (Herbert Strang)Fiches du livre - "In the Yellow Sea" (Henry Frith)
the barely suppressed anger in his eyes under the thick blakc hood of his cloak.
Thick description is a term coined by Clifford Geertz.
How cool would it be if Obama grew a nice, thick afro!
The cat’s ginger fur was thick and fluffy,
The wall separating criminals from non-criminals is not as thick as we think.
The air in that room was thick with the enthusiasm of the participants.
Don't be slopping about with him. You'd better give him a thick ear.
The mythical Kraken, thick as a ship and three times as wide, once made an attack on Christopher Columbus's fleet... giving Columbus no choice but to eat him.
the ozone layer is showing signs of thickening
Nobody's gonna believe this thick story of yours.
The thick sweet liquid you find inside the trunk is called sap or resin.
Close to being thirteen like the rest of us, the thick glasses and his deafness made him seem like a
Something that is thick is larger than usual between its opposite sides.
A black race, they had thick lips, flattened noses and frizzy hair resembling, in these ways, the blacks now living on Earth.
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