Thick as Thieves

What Does "Thick as Thieves" Mean?

"Thick as thieves" is an English idiom describing a close and secretive relationship between people, often implying they are involved in some shared scheme or activity.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three examples of the idiom "thick as thieves" used in a sentence:

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