( uncountable ) A measure of how thick (in dimension) something.Difficult to see through.
Having a certain distance between opposite sides.(of liquids, mixtures etc ) containing solid matter; not flowing (easily) when poured.
Edit thickness ( countable and uncountable, plural thicknesses ) ( uncountable ) The property of being thick (in dimension).Contents, measuring the thickness of a guitar pick with calipers.
Anagrams, origin, from Middle English thiknesse, from Old English icnes (thickness, viscosity, density, hardness; obscurity, cloud, darkness; thicket; depth, a thick body, anything thick or heavy equivalent to thick "Ž -ness.Take THE quiz, words at Play, ask the Editors.
They were friends through thick and thin.We'll add some flour to thicken the soup; The fog thickened and we could no longer see the road.