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breeze block

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Definition of breeze block in English:

noun

British
A lightweight building brick made from small cinders mixed with sand and cement: [as modifier]: breeze-block huts and cabins
More example sentences
  • They found the wood and breeze block building well alight with flames shooting up above the trees.
  • The only twenty-first-century structure I see is the breeze-block shed where dried cocoa beans are bagged.
  • It's as big as a breeze block, but the tome is the most ambitious attempt to corral the film industry into some semblance of order.

Words that rhyme with breeze block

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