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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthick-skinnedˌthick-ˈskinned adjective  OFFENDnot easily offended by other people’s criticism or insults opp thin-skinned a thick-skinned insurance salesman
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thick-skinnedYou don't become a major newspaper columnist without being thick-skinned.In the discussion, however, Chadwick et.al., remain firmly in favour of a thick-skinned interpretation.If he was so thick-skinned that he couldn't see when he wasn't wanted then that was his problem.Oh, we are quite thick-skinned, the journos chorused.She supposed you had to be pretty thick-skinned to be a Member of Parliament.
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