Definition of 'thickening'
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People said the thickening of his blood had to have been caused by doping. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It also represents a thickening of the blood that could be fatal. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Look out for a lump, thickening or hardened knot. The Sun (2013)The condition causes a thickening of the wall of the heart, making it harder for the blood to pump round the body. The Sun (2015)They discovered a'potentially deadly' thickening of the blood similar to that found in patients with heart disease. The Sun (2009)You'll also lower the risk of your blood thickening, which makes blood clots more likely and raises the risk of heart problems or strokes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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