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What is another word for thickly?

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In a dense or thick manner
“The red rug that covered almost the entire width of the hall was thick with dust.”
Adverb for large in bulk or circumference
“The pool table had noticeably large, thick legs.”
Adverb for as a measurement of width
“The ice that covers the surface is about six inches thick.”
Adverb for having a dense or semi-solid consistency
“Once it has the consistency of thick cream, pour the mixture into warm sterilized jars.”
Adverb for having low intelligence
“Up until now, I'd just been branded as the thick, stupid farmer's son.”
(of a voice) Adverb for not clear or distinct
“Her voice was thick, yet alluring, in some indescribable way.”
Adverb for having a very close, friendly relationship
“He has a fair chance of success, too, for he seems very thick with Floyd.”
(of an accent) Adverb for very marked and difficult to understand
“He speaks with a thick Italian accent that is difficult to understand, even if you speak Italian.”
(of a garment or other knitted or woven item) Adverb for made of bulky or heavy material
“She saw a man carrying a bundle wrapped in thick blankets.”
(of the air or atmosphere, or a substance in the air) Adverb for dense or heavy
“Visibility was greatly reduced within the thick fog.”
(British, dated) Adverb for troublesome or unreasonable in nature
“I found it a bit thick when expected to pay for Lord Randolph Churchill's barouche purchased in the '80s.”
(slang, chiefly of women) Adverb for curvy and voluptuous, and especially having large hips
“A word to the thick soul sistas, I want to get with ya.”
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