Thesaurus / brickbat
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It was a brickbat “Plug Ugly” fight—the result of animal, and not intellectual or patriotic instincts.
Directly afterwards a brickbat flew past my head, aimed, no doubt, at the more prominent figure of the lieutenant.
PADDY FINNW. H. G. KINGSTON
There isn't a mineral in Louisiana, unless it is a brickbat.
Real Christmas weather—that is to say, the earth is as hard as a brickbat, and the wind freezes one to the very marrow.
And then praise and dispraise became equal unto him; and a brickbat, stone, and gold assumed the same aspect in his eyes.
Well, Pat, Jimmy didn't quite kill you with a brickbat, did he?
Robinson looked confused, and his eyes rose and fell from Mr. Eden's face to the brickbat.
A feeling of sadness and longingThat is not like being sick, And resembles sorrow onlyAs a brickbat resembles a brick.
He loves his kind so much that he has not a word softer than a brickbat for a single mother's son of them.
He uttered a loud exclamation, and springing unguardedly up, dropped a brickbat which rolled toward Mr. Eden and nearly hit him.

WORDS RELATED TO BRICKBAT

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