Having a solid, stocky form or body; stout.(adjective)
Positioned or placed closely together.(adjective)
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Use "thickset" in a sentence
"He pointed out a kind of thickset tower which crowned a pretty village set in orchards."
"The simplified heads and thickset, burgeoning bodies of the women reflect his enthusiasm for ancient Iberian sculptures, seen in Spain."
"Their vocalist, Ali Tabatabaee, went for a layup, and Printz, who is a thickset guy with dreds, came underneath and swatted his shot, hard."