verb (used with object)
- thickness piece,
- thief ant
Origin of thickness
Examples from the Web for thickness
There was another large decrease in 2012, but Wadhams and other experts also worry that the thickness of Arctic ice is plummeting.The End of the Arctic? Ocean Could be Ice Free by 2015|Mark Hertsgaard|December 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Add the chicken stock and simmer until reduced; the thickness should be enough to coat the back of a spoon.Daniel Boulud Reveals His 4 Favorite Recipes From His New Cookbook|Daniel Boulud|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The amount of time the fennel needs to cook will depend upon its thickness and the heat of your range.
Simmered in the Belgian beef stew known as Carbonnade, a Chimay can make the broth rich with flavor and thickness.
Bake the salmon until it is just cooked through (about 10-15 minutes depending on thickness).
Its thickness varies in different parts and in different individuals, from eight to twenty inches.Popular Technology, Vol. I (of 2)|Edward Hazen
It will be observed that the time of exposure also depends on the thickness of the paper used for the original.
Or a long strip may be planed to thickness and width and then be sawn up and finished to the proper lengths.Handwork in Wood|William Noyes
The thickness of outline on the light side of this vase unfinishes the foreground.Dickens and His Illustrators|Frederic G. Kitton
The deck is of mahogany, well caulked, and seven-eighths of an inch in thickness.A Yacht Voyage Round England|W.H.G. Kingston