Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in thickets.
- adj. Covered in thickets.
- thicket + -y (Wiktionary)
“Having stomped through a thickety survey of theoretical cultural-studies approaches to pop music, one arrives here: "Pop can make a sunny day out of bleak midwinter and establish empathy between strangers.”
“I'm not really surprised to see her here, as there are some thickety patches around that are absolutely crawling with songbirds.”
“With Mencken he shares a reflexive sympathy for the underdog, a distaste for cant and an addiction to thickety prose.”
“I was afraid to shoot it and I got awfully tired carrying it and my father had left me standing in a thickety patch of timber while he was working out the singles from a covey we had scattered.”
“Chapman says (Handbook of Birds in Eastern North America) 'it is most at home in secluded woodland and thickety retreats ....”
“Once, in a thickety wet tract where the still air was suffocating and a sluggish runlet meandered widely, Hardy was forced, after long hinderance, to drop the trail and recover it on a rising ground beyond.”
“The road soon was among the hills; rough, thickety, wild; from one glen into another, down and up steep ridge-sides, always mounting of course by degrees.”
“On they wandered, through the tangled mazes of the thickety vales and marshes.”
“He arose and followed the thickety bank for some miles, insensible alike to pain, fear or danger.”
“The road soon was among the hills; rough, thickety, wild; from one glen into another, down and up steep ridge sides, always mounting of course by degrees.”
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