“Mouvedre is a thick-skinned late-harvested variety with sharp tannins that often seem rustic,” he says.
It is exhausting to belabour a thick-skinned and obstinate animal with a stick.
They've all three got courage, they're all reckless and obstinate, and—forgive me—thick-skinned.
He is not tempted to levity or impatience, for he does not see the joke and is thick-skinned to present evils.
Au, you thick-skinned beast,” he cried; “if I were only down there with a stick!
There was nothing to be obtained but some apples of an inferior quality, tasteless and thick-skinned, and walnuts.
Was she really so callous, so thick-skinned that she was immune from insult?
Like the elephant and the hippopotamus it belongs to the thick-skinned animals.
He was as thick-skinned as a walrus and the cut direct did not in the least trouble him.
The young people chafed, and, finding Billy Knapp either imperturbable or thick-skinned, they turned their attention to Alfred.