Definition of 'thick-skinned'
Example sentences containing 'thick-skinned'
Terry Brannigan was the last to be smitten, but this was not because he was thick-skinned or stupid.DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (2001)
`I'm pretty thick-skinned, Mr Wolfe," he said, coming on again with that engaging grin that you see in society-page photographs.MURDER IN E MINOR (2001)
Definition of thick-skinned from the Collins English Dictionary
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