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brick British & World English

A small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building

Brick British & World English

A township in southeastern New Jersey; population 78,419 (est. 2008)

brick English Thesaurus

a brick of ice cream

brick red British & World English

A deep brownish red

mud brick British & World English

A brick made from baked mud

red-brick British & World English

Built with red bricks

brick red New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

red-brick New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(of a British university) founded in the late 19th or early 20th century

brick-built British & World English

(Of a building or structure) made of bricks

gold brick British & World English

A thing that looks valuable, but is in fact worthless

place brick British & World English

A brick which has been imperfectly fired due to being on the outward side of the kiln

stock brick British & World English

A hard solid brick pressed in a mould

brick by brick British & World English

A little bit at a time

brick veneer British & World English

A covering of brick applied to a timber frame

chicken brick British & World English

An earthenware container for roasting a chicken in its own juices

drop a brick British & World English

Make an indiscreet or embarrassing remark

engineering brick British & World English

A brick made of semi-vitreous material, which is strong and impervious to water or frost

a brick short of a load British & World English

(Of a person) stupid or slightly mad

come up against a brick wall British & World English

Face an insuperable problem or obstacle while trying to do something

be built like a brick shithouse British & World English

(Of a person) have a very solid physique

be banging one's head against a brick wall British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process

drop a brick in drop British & World English

Make an indiscreet or embarrassing remark

brickyard British & World English

A place where bricks are made

firebrick British & World English

A brick capable of withstanding intense heat, used especially to line furnaces and fireplaces

malm brick in malm British & World English

A fine-quality brick made originally from malm, marl, or a similar chalky clay

clinker brick in clinker1 British & World English

A brick with a vitrified surface

come up against a brick wall in brick British & World English

Face an insuperable problem or obstacle while trying to do something

a brick short of a load in short British & World English

(Of a person) stupid or slightly mad

be built like a brick shithouse in shithouse British & World English

(Of a person) have a very solid physique

as thick as a brick in thick British & World English

another way of saying thick as two planks below.

be banging one's head against a brick wall in head British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process

come up against or hit a brick wall in brick British & World English

Face an insuperable problem or obstacle while trying to do something

be banging or knocking one's head against a brick wall in head British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process