Antonyms
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1. thickly

adverb. ['ˈθɪkli'] in a concentrated manner.

Antonyms

  • thin

Etymology

  • -ly (English)
  • -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • thick (English)
  • thicke (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Thickly

  • stickley
  • slickly
  • quickly
  • prickly
  • brickley
  • wickley
  • siklie
  • sickly
  • nicley
  • mickley
  • bickley

Sentences with thickly


1. Noun, singular or mass
Cover the ceiling of the reception room thickly with white helium balloons with dangling silver ribbons.

2. Adverb
That can take three to six hours, depending how thickly the neck bones are sliced.

3. Adjective
Avoid spraying too thickly – the colors should blend together.

Quotes about thickly


1. When you enter a grove peopled with ancient trees, higher than the ordinary, and shutting out the sky with their thickly inter-twined branches, do not the stately shadows of the wood, the stillness of the place, and the awful gloom of this doomed cavern then strike you with the presence of a deity?
- Luci Anneu Sèneca

2. thickly

adverb. ['ˈθɪkli'] in quick succession.

Antonyms

  • narrow

Etymology

  • -ly (English)
  • -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • thick (English)
  • thicke (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. thickly

adverb. ['ˈθɪkli'] with a thick consistency.

Antonyms

  • smart

Etymology

  • -ly (English)
  • -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • thick (English)
  • thicke (Middle English (1100-1500))
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