thick (adj.) Old form(s): thicke
quick, rapid, fast
Cym I.vii.67[Iachimo to Innogen, of Posthumus' companion] He furnaces / The thick sighs from him [or: sense 1]
Cym V.iii.41[Posthumus to Lord] anon / A rout, confusion thick
Luc.1784[of Collatine] Weak words, so thick come in his poor heart's aid / That no man could distinguish what he said
TC III.ii.34[Troilus alone] My heart beats thicker than a feverous pulse
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