thick vs loose: What's the difference?

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Which is correct: Thick or loose

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Thickadjective

hard to pass through because of dense growth

Thickadjective

spoken as if with a thick tongue

Thickadjective

having a short and solid form or stature

Thickadjective

(used informally) stupid

Thickverb

in quick succession

Thickadjective

(of darkness) densely dark

Thickadjective

(used informally) associated on close terms

Thickverb

with a thick consistency

Thicknoun

the location of something surrounded by other things

Thickadjective

abounding; having a lot of

Thickadjective

having component parts closely crowded together

Thickadjective

not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions

Thickadjective

relatively dense in consistency

looseadjective

(of textures) full of small openings or gaps

looseverb

make loose or looser

looseadjective

having escaped, especially from confinement

looseadjective

emptying easily or excessively

looseverb

grant freedom to; free from confinement

looseverb

turn loose or free from restraint

looseadjective

not affixed

looseadjective

not literal

looseadjective

casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior

looseadjective

not tense or taut

looseverb

without restraint

looseverb

become loose or looser or less tight

looseadjective

lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility

looseadjective

not officially recognized or controlled

looseadjective

not carefully arranged in a package

looseadjective

not compact or dense in structure or arrangement

looseadjective

not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting

looseadjective

(of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player

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