Antonyms for bricked

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When the kiln is full the wicket is bricked up and daubed over with road-mud.

"That was bricked up when Mr. Kara took the house," explained the woman.

Can this suggest that the wicked canon was to be bricked up alive?

One corner of this midden is bricked off to form a drainage pit.

Again, the flue is often in cast-iron, and if it is bricked it is supported by bars of iron.

The doorway is bricked up and plastered, and gradually the furnace is heated.

There is no door of admission into the tower; a doorway has been bricked up.

The well's a bricked 'un, but it'll be main wet and muddy down there.

This window can still be traced, though thenceforth it was bricked up.

The doors and lower windows of the mausoleum were bricked up.