Thick Moustache: Gentlemanly Studies on Modern Leisure

Terms

thick

-adjective, -er, -est, adverb, -er, -est, noun

  1. having relatively great extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thin: a thick slice.
  2. measured, as specified, between opposite surfaces, from top to bottom, or in a direction perpendicular to that of the length and breadth; (of a solid having three general dimensions) measured across its smallest dimension: aboard one inch thick.
  3. composed of or containing objects, particles, etc., close together; dense: a thick fog; a thick forest.
  4. filled, covered, or abounding (usually followed by with ):tables thick with dust.
  5. husky or hoarse; not distinctly articulated: The patient’s speech is still quite thick.
  6. markedly so (as specified): a thick German accent.
  7. deep or profound: thick darkness.
  8. (of a liquid) heavy or viscous: a thick syrup.
  9. Informal . close in friendship; intimate.
  10. mentally slow; stupid; dull.
  11. disagreeably excessive or exaggerated: They thought it a bit thick when he called himself a genius.

mous·tache

–noun

  1. the hair growing on the upper lip
  2. such hair on men, allowed to grow without shaving, and often trimmed in any of various shapes.
  3. hairs or bristles growing near the mouth of an animal.
  4. a stripe of color, or elongated feathers, suggestive of a moustache on the side of the head of a bird.
  5. something resembling a moustache, as food or drink adhering to the upper lip: a moustache of milk.

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