Synonyms & Antonyms : Thick





Thick



( Adjective )


The air was
thick with dust and snow.

Synonyms:

Broad

Bulky

Deep

Solid

Substantial

Close

Clotted

Opaque

Abundant

Brimming

Bristling

Covered

Crawling

Replete

Contextual Examples:

The road is
broad enough to pass the heavy vehicles.

The
bulky figure of Seth Diana appeared at the door.

The Ganga River is very
deep at Prayag.

We have
abundant proof of this guilt.

Iron is
solid whereas water is liquid.

The two buildings are
close together

Clotted blood prevents flowing the blood from the wound.

Opaque glass windows in car are prohibited in Delhi road.



Antonyms:

Narrow

Slight

Slim

Thin

Clear

Diluted

Runny

Weak

Bare

Empty

Free from

Sparse

Distant

Contextual Examples:

You shouldn’t
narrow in your attitude.

A
slight mistake can cause a big damage.

The water of this pond is
clear.

After his prolong illness he fees
weak, so he avoids physical work.

Empty mind is ‘Devils workshop’ is a famous saying.

Now he is
free from all anxiety and distress.

Don’t go outside
bare headed in scorching sun.




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