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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «A BIT THICK» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «A BIT THICK»
Discover the use of a bit thick in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to a bit thick and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Language as Dialogue: From Rules to Principles of Probability
compressed thick sauce dicke Sauce thick fog dicker Nebel thick smoke dicker
Rauch sour milk dicke Milch thick paste dicker Teig dark thick sky schwerer
Himmel thick night finstere Nacht stupid he is a bit thick schwer von Begriff as
thick as ...
Edda Weigand, Sebastian Feller, 2009
The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms
... but they're as thick as thieves now. as thick as two short planks see plank. a bitthick (inf) more than a person can tolerate; not just or fair: He expected me to do
his work for him — that's a bit thick, isn't it? give (someone) a thick ear to strike (a
Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick, C. M. Schwarz, 1993
Sterling Dictionary of Idioms
... a bit much unwelcome; excessive It 's a bit much asking me to do the chores. a
bit of all right very attractive or a pleasing person or thing Lady Diana is a bit of all
right. a bit thick more than one can and likes to tolerate It 's a bit thick expecting ...
Vijaya Kumar, 1998
Rajpal Dictionary Of English Idioms & Phrases
... all right in her new dress A bit of a nuisance: Something unpleasant or
troublesome * The loud music at the party was a bit of a nuisance A bit thick:
More than what one can put up with * Apart from insulting me he was a bit thick to
abuse me, ...
Shori, A K, 2010
Saving Human Lives: Lessons in Management Ethics
Mulgrew seeing Cape Tennyson, the perfect counterfeit for Cape Bird, says, 'Bit
thick near Cape Bird', not 'a bit thick here ... Bert'.” Justice Mahon and
Baragwanath took the tapes overseas to listen to the relevant sections through
Robert Elliott Allinson, 2006
Standards and Variation in Urban Speech: Examples from ...
... the stereotyped phrases just a minute and a bit thick. Connolly's "Gaelic" is no
more authentic English English than Baxter's professor but it has to sustain less
of the story line and it makes its effect because of the ironic contrast with the other
Ronald K. S. Macaulay, 1997
Concise English Dictionary
... a thick skin: insensitive: indifferent to criticism or insult. — thick'-skull'ed having
a thick skull: doltish; thick'-witt'ed doltish. — a bit thick more than one can
reasonably be expected to put up with; as thick as thieves very friendly; lay it on
thick to ...
G. (Ed ). Davidson, 2007
A bit thick and a bit of a worrier (no shit, Sherlock), but nice nonetheless. Ask
anyone. 'What's Tel like?' 'Tel? He's all right. Nice bloke. Bit thick and a bit of a
worrier, but nice nonetheless. Why d'you ask?' But that would all change once I
Danny King, 2010
Learning without School: Home Education
The fact is that few children are born 'a bit thick', 'a bit disruptive' or 'downright
naughty'! Most are born with a well-functioning brain, a lively and enquiring mind,
and an activeness and eagerness to be doing. Put these children in a school ...
Ross Mountney, 2008
Things I Wonder: Another Collection of Poetry
Feel like a fool when I have to Explain it away It all would be understood If
attention was paid And I'm tired of getting lost I don't know how to follow the stars
And an oak tree is not a compass at all Nor is my demesne Laying it on a bit thick,
Rachael El Shami, 2003
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «A BIT THICK»
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Amish Cook: Heart aches for friend who died
If it seems a bit thick add more milk. Makes 2 quarts and serves 16. CONNECT 1 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. Read or Share this ... «Mansfield News Journal, Jul 15»
James Taylor's 'Before This World' builds on musician's legacy
... unabashedly homer-ish, and the nostalgia gets a bit thick in spots. Of course, that sentiment wouldn't be shared by New Englanders, who are ... «Stars and Stripes, Jul 15»
Air quality issues this weekend in Minnesota
This summer we have added some Canadian smoke to the equation and the air we breathe is getting a bit thick. A STAGNANT JULY FOURTH. «FOX 9 News, Jul 15»
Rape as Weapon of War: San Francisco Opera's World Premiere of …
One could argue that every now and then the drama is laid on a bit thick, as when the return of mother and daughter to Cesira's native village is ... «Huffington Post, Jul 15»
Hands-on with Amzer's Hybrid Warrior Case for Lumia 640 XL
The TPU core is a bit thick in design, but fairly flexible for easy installation and removal. While majority of the TPU features a soft finish, the ... «Windows Central, Jun 15»
Top Gear bows out with a phoney tear and a huge smirk
But having the end credits of the final show roll without any music was laying the sarcastic “mourning” guff on a bit thick. A quick look at the ... «Herald, Jun 15»
The Lion King: A feast for the senses
... of the Dark Continent might seem spread a bit thick for anyone who caught the recent production of The Book of Mormon in the same theatre. «Business in Vancouver, Jun 15»
... ballad for fans of his beloved Boston team, is by no means a strikeout but is unabashedly homer-ish and the nostalgia gets a bit thick in spots. «Dubuque Telegraph Herald, Jun 15»
'Why would I want to date you? I'm already married to you. Would …
I'm there, “Okay, I'm possibly being a bit thick here. But you were the one who said we should stort dating again.” She goes, “I meant going on ... «Irish Times, Jun 15»
Review: The MOS Spring Lightning cable is the last one you'll need
The Lightning side is a bit thick, so you'll want to verify it's compatible with your third-party case of choice. MOS Spring. If you tend to just keep ... «TechnologyTell, Jun 15»
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