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thicket

[ thik-it ]
/ ˈθɪk ɪt /
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noun
a thick or dense growth of shrubs, bushes, or small trees; a thick coppice.
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Origin of thicket

before 1000; Old English thiccet (not recorded in ME), equivalent to thiccethick + -et noun suffix

OTHER WORDS FROM thicket

thick·et·ed, thick·et·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for thicket

thicket
/ (ˈθɪkɪt) /

noun
a dense growth of small trees, shrubs, and similar plants

Word Origin for thicket

Old English thiccet; see thick
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