Definition of thick and fast in English:

thick and fast

Rapidly and in great numbers: replies are coming in thick and fast
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  • The allusions flew thick and fast, with novels and novelists summed up with devastating precision and insight.
  • The unauthorised biographies flowed thick and fast, film-school recruitment rose and the academics had a field day.
  • Audiences are larger and younger, classical and contemporary works are pleasing critics and the awards have come thick and fast.
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