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Noun(1) rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln; used as a building or paving material(2) a good fellow; helpful and trustworthy
(1) I sigh and walk back to the benches, where Steven had laid down his brick of a book.(2) this mill was built of brick(3) The tuna in question is a brick of sushi-grade bluefin toro, seared on one side only.(4) The apartments are laid out in two three-storey buildings with rustic brick elevations and mansard type roofs.(5) As growth continued, substantial brick and stone buildings replaced frontier tents and shanties.(6) Think of a beautiful counter with nothing to chop on it, except a brick of ice.(7) It was a nice road with old brick and stone buildings with cobblestone roads and sidewalks.(8) I attempted to respond, but it was if I was encased in a brick of glass.(9) It was a building of stone and brick with no tell-tale signs of any real life, however, inside there was.(10) a brick of ice cream(11) He brings her a mug of coffee with a brick of imported truffle chocolate floating in the middle.(12) First, be sure to take into account the fixed colors of your home - brick , stone work and the roof color.(13) The Doyle Hall was a modern five-story brick building, with balconies.(14) While it dates back to 1879, there's no quaint Main Street lined with old brick buildings.(15) Woodlawn is brick , a building material rarely used in early nineteenth-century Maine where lumber was so plentiful.(16) It sat as an empty shell from 1965 to 1978, a vacant, desolate, boarded up old brick building.
(1) brick wall :: wal frics
1. block ::
2. cinder block ::
3. firebrick ::
4. adobe ::
5. clinker ::
Different Formsbrick, bricked, bricking, bricks
English to Welsh Dictionary: brick
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