Definition of dense:
heavyset, silent, dark, darksome, purblind, muted, boneheaded, complicated, speechless, ambiguous, cloudy, involved, profuse, laboured, buddy-buddy, toilsome, labored, grave, operose, gruelling, lowering, loggerheaded, rank, blockheaded, complex, wooden-headed, enigmatical, faint, incomprehensible, turbid, lumbering, concentrated, thudding, cloggy, black, thickset, stocky, intricate, obscure, stupid, chummy, large, doubtful, with child, softened, sonorous, thickheaded, backbreaking, difficult, intemperate, hebetudinous, ability, wispy, sound, duncish, tedious, dumb, thick, compact, dopey, threatening, boring, shadowy, muffled, lush, deep, hidden, crowded, dull, grueling, tiresome, sullen, punishing, big, obtuse, mysterious, vague, laborious, luxuriant, deadening, indistinct, duncical, dim, grievous, slurred, fatheaded, abstruse, bleak, ho-hum, slow, muddy, heavy, great, subdued, irksome, clayey, fleshy, profound, impenetrable, dimmed, mute, enceinte, packed, thick-skulled, dusky, unintelligible, wakeless, close, weighed down, tighten, wearisome, arduous, dimwitted, expectant, ignorant, gravid, overweight.
- dull (part of speech: adjective)
- dense (part of speech: adjective)
- heavy (part of speech: adjective)
- solid (part of speech: adjective)
- tight (part of speech: adjective)
- "Mary Magdalen", Edgar Saltus.
The rain did not bear out the token which the southerly wind gave; but the sky was covered with dense clouds, and had we been provided with a sail the journey might have been made in short order, unless, peradventure, it was interrupted by a British guard- boat.- "The Minute Boys of Boston", James Otis.
- "The Ruined Cities of Zululand", Hugh Mulleneux Walmsley.