She acted as though someone had been tryin' to sell her a gold brick.
But I don't want Paul to get away with the proceeds of the gold brick we sold Peter.
A gold brick from a run of the mill was kept on a counter in the store.
Mrs. Morrison takes all the worry off us; she's a brick too, a gold brick!'
How do we know that the avouching unknown could not have been sold a gold brick?
I had flown; so had the gold brick, the jewelled belt, and the silver statuette.
"It was what I was thinkin' of—gold brick," the Cap'n went on.
It took him a very short time to discover that he had purchased a gold brick.
In The Gold Brick he describes a municipal campaign, as seen from the point of view of the newspaper office.
We know a man will swallow all manner of guff in politics; he'll buy a gold brick from a cheap blatherskite.