brick[ brik ]SEE DEFINITION OF brick
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRICK
In the beginning, a star, when drawn with a nail into a brick looked as follows.
What others had done in brick he could do with the help of more costly materials.
You do like I tells yer, or yer'll git yer eggercation wid a brick.
I was right by his very side at the time, and see him see the brick and see him reconnize it.
They are exceedingly fine and cost one hundred dollars a brick.
The main building is of brick, in three stories; but there are several annexes.
The work to the land side is complete; the bastions are faced with brick.
A brick may be considered a panacea, and may be carried in the hat.
And the pick was only the stem of a kau-ling plant, to which a bit of brick had been fastened.
Only, on a brick against the wall, they had forgotten a little hunting dog.