They both credit NYC Prep as a learning experience that forced them to mature and develop a thick skin at a young age.
The flesh is eaten, and the thick skin is made into cups, leather bottles, and straps.
She rubs the soft, thick skin of her face with layers of grease.
thick skin is, indeed, our moral clothes, and without it we are not fit to be seen about in civilized society.
The pulp of the banana is covered with a thick skin, which is easily detached.
A man must have a thick skin to be able to carry off all the flummery of Highness without any feeling of shame.
The flavor is good but the thick skin and muskiness in taste are objectionable.
This tranquillity of spirit owed nothing to an unimpressionable mind or a thick skin.
Adelaide cut the oranges and lemon lengthwise into quarters, removing the seeds and thick skin at the centers.
The happy possessor of a thick skin can hardly understand how one not so blessed may be hurt by the thong of a little whip!