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synonyms for bricked

  • brick
  • cobblestone
  • flagstone
  • gravel
  • macadamize
  • surface
  • tar
  • tile
  • lay asphalt
  • lay concrete
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antonyms for bricked

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  • dig up
  • strip
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How to use bricked in a sentence

For this purpose a horizontal gallery to its centre was dug and bricked up, and provided with a door.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
But look here, Saul, my lad: ‘Cellar number seven entered by bricked-up archway from number six.’
THE MYNNS' MYSTERYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The youth was to her as water in the desert, as a breath of air to one bricked up in a dungeon.
SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
A long straight kitchen, with a bricked floor and small window looking out on to the yard, had been added to the original home.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
It was discovered in the eighteenth century, carefully bricked up in a cell of masonry, and wonderfully preserved.
THE RIDDLE OF THE MYSTERIOUS LIGHTMARY E. HANSHEW
Young Trevor, of course, knew nothing of the third door of the bricked-up chamber, or the secret staircase beyond it.
THE HAUNTED ROOMA. L. O. E.
"Thank you," was the polite response, and Polly descended the short flight of steps into the bricked area.
POLLY OF THE HOSPITAL STAFFEMMA C. DOWD
I heard the bolt tinkle on hard ground beneath, and next moment saw it lying at the bottom of a round bricked hole.
WITCHING HILLE. W. HORNUNG
The cells of the departed monks are shut now and the holes through which their food was passed, bricked up.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
And here it was not the squalid, flat, bricked east-corner of London at the close of her daily pilgrimage.
THE AMAZING MARRIAGE, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
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