The narrowest piece of land was at Panama, but it was covered in dense, mountainous jungle.
The coast road follows a grassy promenade by the water and the land used to be thick with dense, shady palms.
The stars shed their outer layers, exposing the remains of the core—a dense, hot object made of carbon and oxygen.
The rationale for the conspiracy is, like all conspiracy theories, dense, complicated, and ridiculous.
Wonderful sausage: dense, herb-spangled links that are more lean than fatty, but nevertheless emphatically succulent.
The Trojans pressed forward in a dense body, with Hector striding on at their head.
Persons of every class are crowded together, here, in one dense mass.
There was a quick rush of feet—then that dense, expectant silence once more.
Volley after volley was poured into the dense mass, at deadly range.
The 274 dense atmosphere of smoke soon shut his form from view.
early 15c., from Middle French dense and directly from Latin densus "thick, crowded; cloudy," perhaps from PIE root *dens- "dense, thick" (cf. Greek dasus "hairy, shaggy"). Sense of "stupid" is first recorded 1822.