thick skin

  1. skin that is very thick (as an elephant or rhinoceros)
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How To Use thick skin In A Sentence

  • Objective To observe the effect of the repair of wounds in functional location by autografting a large piece of mid-thick skin.
  • You need a thick skin to be a headmaster.
  • Alaskan winter nights last 18 hours (which Todd and I will never let Bristol use as an excuse again), and there's nothing better to mukluk your toes than the thick skin of a moose! John DeBellis: We Shot A Moose - Recipe for Sarah's Stew
  • You have to be able to perform and have a thick skin. Times, Sunday Times
  • You need tenacity, persistence and a thick skin. Times, Sunday Times
  • Blogging, as you will find out once you get rolling, requires thick skin and a level head.
  • To enter the fray, you need to know the business and have pretty thick skin.
  • You need a thick skin to be a politician.
  • Some larger stalks have a fairly thick skin and may need two passes of the peeler ... you can tell when you got it all when the inner flesh of the stalk is exposed ... it has a softer wet-green look, with no fibers visible and a consistency like a cut radish or potato. Broccoli with Orange & Curry ♥ | A Veggie Venture
  • Being thick skinned is an advantage in law. Times, Sunday Times
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