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The lines are thickest close to him, but young Brooke and two or three of his men are shifting up farther, where the opposite line is weak.
The thickest scrummage parts asunder before his rush, like the waves before a clipper's bows; his cheery voice rings out over the field, and his eye is everywhere.
From the thickest parts of the copse, where the snow still remained, came the faint sound of narrow winding threads of water running away.
I tried to drive him before me and bring him to you, but he is already so wild and shy that when I went near him he made off into the thickest part of the forest.
How could the poor ill-starred brute have answered, when, in the thickest part of the forest, they found him devoured by wolves?
Then out of the thickest of the wood a ramping lion rushed suddenly.
And he led the Doctor and his pets to the very thickest part of the forest--a place where no man had ever been before--and hid them all in a big hollow tree between high rocks.
The squire and Gray were busy helping the captain with his bandages, the coast was clear, I made a bolt for it over the stockade and into the thickest of the trees, and before my absence was observed I was out of cry of my companions.
It is in length six yards, and in the thickest part at least three yards over.
When they reached it they saw in front of them, in the thickest of the trees, a queer little hut, and when they looked into it, there lay the witch, with her head on the threshold of the door, with one foot in one corner and the other in the other corner, and her knees cocked up, almost touching the ceiling.
Thus chatting pleasantly the band turned back into the woodland and sought their secluded dell, where the trees were the thickest, the moss was the softest, and a secret path led to a cave, at once a retreat and a stronghold.
Big whitetails love the thickest, gnarliest stuff they can find.