thick (adj.) Old form(s): thicke
foul, nasty, dirty
AC V.ii.211[Cleopatra to Iras, of the Romans] their thick breaths, / Rank of gross diet
TS V.ii.142[Katherina to Widow, of an angry woman] like a fountain troubled, / Muddy, ill-seeming, thick, bereft of beauty
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