Thickness Definition

thĭknĭs
noun
The quality or condition of being thick.
Webster's New World
The measure of how thick a thing is, as distinguished from the length or width of any of its surfaces.
Webster's New World
A layer, stratum, etc.
Three thicknesses of cloth.
Webster's New World
The thickest place or part.
Webster's New World
(uncountable, informal) The property of being thick (slow to understand).
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Other Word Forms of Thickness

Noun

Singular:
thickness
Plural:
thicknesses

Origin of Thickness

  • From Middle English thiknesse, from Old English þicnes (“thickness, viscosity, density, hardness; obscurity, cloud, darkness; thicket; depth, a thick body, anything thick or heavy"), equivalent to thick +"Ž -ness.

    From Wiktionary

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