Instead, they more closely resembled a dense spice cake, with coffee added right into the batter itself.
The narrowest piece of land was at Panama, but it was covered in dense, mountainous jungle.
She was already dead and laying just a quarter mile from her home, in dense underbrush where her mother used to play as a child.
Its model has the potential to sustainably improve sanitation in dense, urban areas unequipped with a proper sewage grid.
And whose pilot saw fit to attempt a landing in dense fog, despite being warned not to do so.
The Trojans pressed forward in a dense body, with Hector striding on at their head.
Beecot was too dense, and, it may be added, too honest to turn any opportunity to advantage.
There was a quick rush of feet—then that dense, expectant silence once more.
It was in the crevices of a tree, across which was stretched a dense web.
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.