Definition of Brick in
1. Verb. Wall up with brick.
Definition of Brick in
1. Verb. (transitive idiomatic) to enclose with bricks ¹
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Literary usage of Brick in
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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1918)
"It was, therefore, decided to substitute chrome brick for magnesite brick in the parts of the furnace affected. The results, as far as the reverberatory ..."
2. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1921)
"About that time I saw his son, WF Stokes, coming with a brick in each hand, and I knew they had me ... I did not see my father have any brick in his hand. ..."
3. Steam, Its Generation and Use by Babcock & Wilcox Company, John B. Litto, Steven C. Stultz (1913)
"The lineal expansion per brick in inches. This characteristic in conjunction with hardness is a measure of the physical movement of the brick as affecting a ..."
4. The Law in Business Problems: Cases and Other Materials for the Study of by Lincoln Frederick Schaub, Nathan Isaacs (1921)
"It is true that the rule adopted by bricklayers is at best but an arbitrary estimate, and it is not pretended that the actual number of brick in the wall is ..."
5. Handbook of Building Construction: Data for Architects, Designing and by Nathan Clarke Johnson, George Albert Hool (1920)
"There is no legal size for brick in this country, with the result that there has been a wide variation, not only in the size of the brick made in different ..."
6. Bulletin by Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (1903)
"The brick in any two kilns may be burned very differently. ... The absorption can be obtained by saturating the brick in water and weighing on a pair of ..."
7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"6 in. in diameter, and is the finest cylindrical shaft of brick in the building. The stone bases of the columns in the windows are re-. presented by the ..."