|thick sandwich||Dagwood sandwich; Dagwood|
|(British) sandwich; slice of bread and butter; (British Slang) fellow worker, colleague (esp. in a coal mine)||butty|
|(British) thick woolen cloth for overcoats; coat made of this cloth||fearnought|
|(new england) large sandwich, person or thing which grinds; molar tooth; device which sharpens tools; device which grinds food, somebody or something that grinds||grinder|
|(Painting) thick layer of paint applied to a surface; application of a thick layer of paint to a surface, paint thickly applied, technique of painting thickly||impasto|
|(Slang) corpse, dead body; overly formal or priggish person; fellow, regular person; drunk, difficult to bend, rigid; stubborn; strong; awkward; hard, difficult; thick; high, expensive, in a rigid state; thoroughly, completely||stiff|
|a trademark for a cream-filled sandwich cookie||Oreo|
|act of making or becoming thick, thickening, becoming dense||inspissation|
|act of making thick in consistency; process of becoming thick; process of growing more intricate, process of becoming increasingly complex||thickening|
|allow or get too little air, cover thickly, dense smoke, overwhelm with affection, put out or be put out, something which smothers, something which suffocates, something which deprives of oxygen (i.e. thick smoke, cloud of dust, etc.); something which ...||smother|
|ambush somebody, cut paths through jungles or thick forests; live or travel in the bush; be a guerrilla fighter; ambush, cut through woods, fight as guerrilla, travel through woods||bushwhack|
|animal fat, bribery, make something easier or quicker, melted or rendered fat of animals; any fatty or oily substance; lubricant, oil for hair, oily wool, put grease on something, put grease on; lubricate; cause to run smoothly; bribe (Slang), thick lu...||grease|
|animal skin mat, blanket, carpet, piece of thick fabric used as a floor covering; thick warm fabric used as robe or blanket, fabric floor covering, hairpiece||rug|
|animal spleen, be moved emotionally, change from a solid to a liquid state, disappear, dissolve, feel hot, grilled sandwich, heat until liquid; be heated until turning to liquid; fuse; be fused; thaw; disappear, liquefaction, mass of melted material, m...||melt|
|any of a number of plants having thick green or reddish clusters of flowers; imaginary flower which never dies; reddish-purple color; purple dye, flowering plant with drooping flowerheads, food dye, legendary flower||amaranth|
|any of a number of small birds having a thick conical bill, kind of finch||grosbeak|
|any of numerous types of fungi that have short thick stems and cap-like tops (of which some are highly poisonous and some are edible), become mushroom-shaped, edible fungus, fast-growing thing, gather mushrooms; sprout up rapidly like mushrooms, develo...||mushroom|
|any of several species of marine bird from the genera Fratercula and Lunda (characterized by large, thick, colorful bills), black-and-white diving bird||puffin|
|apply uniformly, applying generally, bed covering, quilt, comprehensive, inclusive, cover to suppress, cover with layer, coat, covering layer, large piece of thick cloth, layer around core of nuclear reactor, prevent wind reaching sails||blanket|
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