(redirected from thickens)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
Related to thickens: plot thickens
References in periodicals archive ?
It takes two tablespoons of flour cooked in two tablespoons of fat to thicken each cup of liquid.
As the lungs try to protect themselves from inhaled smoke, the bronchial lining thickens.
Stir mixture constantly until chips and butter melt and mixture thickens, 5 to 6 minutes.
Place the bowl over the hot water and whisk until the mix thickens enough to coat the back of the spoon.
For example, the extreme southwestern portion of the central ice sheet thickens by some 210 millimeters each year.
The benzoin causes the tights to stick to the skin, and the shoe then rubs against the tights; some people also believe that benzoin thickens the skin.
New Novethix L-10 polymer thickens and controls the rheology of challenging surfactant cleansing systems such as mild, sulfate/amide-free shampoos and facial cleansers or very low surfactant content formulations for economy markets.
Just get it to 70 degrees and let it sit until it thickens.
Cook until mixture thickens, about 6 minutes, stirring frequently.
One line of research employs artificial DNA to discourage a patient's own genes from signaling growth that thickens the walls of the grafted vessels.
One coat gives a natural look - two coats thickens the lashes.
The new Dow Corning RM 2051 Thickening Agent is a ready-to-use polymer in a silicone base that thickens and emulsifies, while imparting recognized silicone properties such as smoothness without a greasy or tacky feel.