thick-and-thin love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Ready to go through thick and thin; thorough; devoted: as, a thick-and-thin supporter; a thick-and-thin advocate of a measure.
  • Having one sheave thicker than the other. Thick-and-thin blocks were formerly used as quarter-blocks under a yard.

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Examples

  • Flames (the brighter skein) is about the same wpi (I spun them to go together) but slightly more thick-and-thin and is made from various shades of wool in red and black, as well as sparkly angelina fibers.

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  •      Whatever the game, it all starts withfront; you've got to lookgood: the players wore gators and sharp sharkskin suits, or leather jackets and ban-lons, pimped highboy shirts with the wrap-around cufflinks, and thick-and-thin socks in all weather.

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  • In a matter of a few animated minutes, we watch Carl Fredericksen age from a young boy through the entire thick-and-thin span of a marriage.

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  • Since these fibers are irregular, the fabric made from them has a thick-and-thin look.

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  • I prefer a cotton dishcloth with a waffle weave or some similar thick-and-thin weave.

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  • Since these fibers are irregular, the fabric made from them has a thick-and-thin look.

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  • I prefer a cotton dishcloth with a waffle weave or some similar thick-and-thin weave.

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  • I prefer a cotton dishcloth with a waffle weave or some similar thick-and-thin weave.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Since these fibers are irregular, the fabric made from them has a thick-and-thin look.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • I prefer a cotton dishcloth with a waffle weave or some similar thick-and-thin weave.

    HOME COMFORTS

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