Overly dramatic: she laid it on a bit thick (1900+)
Harrovians were also judged to be a bit thick, as the school was not as academically demanding as Eton.
David is lovely, but, people who have worked with him have told me over the years, a bit thick.
You know, Jeeves, say what you like—this is a bit thick, isn't it?
I was obliged to admit that what I was in for looked a bit thick.
I trust I have as little foolish pride as most people, but this did seem like crowding it on a bit thick.
It began to seem even to me that they were coming a bit thick.
The petals are broad and spatulate and a bit thick, not opening wide.
This is thought a bit thick, you know, even in the confusion of battle.
bit thick, I mean to say, a sparring-partner going at him like that.
He blinked through the night-glasses when it lay a bit thick to southward.