Having relativelyhighdensity. (adjective) अपेक्षाकृत उच्च घनत्व वाला।
Examples of word dense
If, then, what we call a dense body is so by reason of the presence of many qualities, that plenitude of qualities will be the cause [of the inhibition].
Agent Orange was the code name of a herbicide developed for the military to prohibit enemy concealment in dense terrain by defoliating trees and shrubbery where the enemy could hide.
Masked warrior had pated dust on body, disappear in dense smother and fog.
Karl Hansen "Sergeant Pepper"; it's easy to imagine Cameron writing a plot for "Avatar" after having red Hansens novel; soldiers "protecting" exploatation of Titan inhabited by genetically engeneered humans - creatures taller than average Homo sapiens and able to "glide" in dense atmosphere.
[O] fficials on Tuesday said that a pheasant hunter from Alaska shot and killed a sow grizzly in dense brush east of U.S. Highway 89 and about 8 miles north of Choteau on Monday ....
Or to elaborate on another, what if innovation and investment occurs at a more rapid pace because of activities conducted by elites in dense cities?
“Interactive individuals sacrifice something by locating in dense tracts.”
We've enveloped world in dense chain of supermarkets with global trade, we can eat food from around the world.
“That residents living in dense census tracts have fewer confidants.”
The blocks are covered in dense comic art that reminds me of the Sergio Argones marginalia in MAD Magazine -- a million zillion sight gags on the theme of "Oh God the baby is coming to destroy us all!"