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Thinness vs. Thickness

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Thinnessnoun

The state or quality of being thin.

Thicknessnoun

(uncountable) The property of being thick (in dimension).

Thinnessnoun

The quality or state of being thin (in any of the senses of the word).

Thicknessnoun

(uncountable) A measure of how thick (in dimension) something is.

‘The thickness of the Earth's crust varies from two to 70 kilometres.’;

Thinnessnoun

relatively small dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width;

‘the tenuity of a hair’; ‘the thinness of a rope’;

Thicknessnoun

(countable) A layer.

‘We upholstered the seat with three thicknesses of cloth to make it more comfortable to sit on.’;

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Thinnessnoun

the property of having little body fat

Thicknessnoun

(uncountable) The quality of being thick (in consistency).

‘Whip the cream until it reaches a good thickness.’;

Thinnessnoun

the property of being very narrow or thin;

‘he marvelled at the fineness of her hair’;

Thicknessnoun

The property of being thick (slow to understand).

Thinnessnoun

a consistency of low viscosity;

‘he disliked the thinness of the soup’;

Thicknessnoun

The quality or state of being thick (in any of the senses of the adjective).

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Thicknessnoun

the dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width

Thicknessnoun

used of a line or mark

Thicknessnoun

resistance to flow

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