I did not catch those few roses because they were well hidden behind a thicket of thorns.
Finally, he said a thicket of new regulations is holding that financial sector back.
In 1803, as Goldstone wrote, “Marshall found a way through the thicket.”
But, Eric Alterman writes, the legislation is a thicket of compromises.
It has to do with trying to negotiate through a thicket of lawsuits.
It was slowly gliding out into some open ground, with the intention of crossing to a thicket upon the other side.
We camped in a thicket, without water, on a small patch of feed.
At the road they had leaped clear across from one thicket to another, leaving never a trace on the bare even whiteness.
It rose with terrible distinctness from the thicket close before us.
He had thrown himself flat on the ground facing the thicket whence had come the firing.