thick set


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thick set

Said of a ceramic tile that has been set in a thick bed of mortar.
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Her dress thick set with spangles, blue, and dotted with a thousand sparks, gleamed like a summer night.
He was fair, and he had not a hair on his face, he looked no more than a boy; he was short, but thick set.
Among those he highlights in the western part of the Midlands, including Shropshire, are the Bassett family of Drayton, originating in the Old French word basset or bassa, meaning thick set, often referring to a man of short or low stature.
Wearing a thick set of bangles and a string of marigold flowers around her neck, Priyanka not only stood out of the crowd but also gave a strong message of how important an exercise voting is.
He is described as thick set man, 5' 6" in height, with large biceps.
Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan of Angeles City quoted the President: 'Help me fight the menace Those who are involved and are in this thick set of papers, show me you are not .
The only thing that saved us from hitting a thick set of electrical cables was having cultural light from the city of Yuma degain my NVGs.
The suspect is described as a black male, thick set, 5ft 10in, with a shaved or bald head.
At 57, he still had a distinguished look - a thick set of white hair and a face which has seen thousands of games like this before.
The man is described as white, in his early 20s, 5ft 5ins tall, thick set with black short-cropped hair and of clean appearance.