- adj. shaped like a brick
“The Pythia plucked bullets from a brick-shaped box and handed them to Cassie.”
“The face of Adam Boulton, the Sky News political sage, dropped like a brick-shaped blancmange too.”
“One day you're a tight-slacks-and-sweater teenage heart-throb lip-synching your hit on Shindig; next, you are a white-haired brick-shaped old guy straining to recapture your lost youth ...”
“[T] his small, battery-operated, brick-shaped clock is wrapped in a funky yellow rubber, so it can handle being smacked and/or knocked off of the nightstand and still look good while doing so.”
“I realized that night why I was so taken aback by the perfectly brick-shaped pieces of short rib I had recently been served at an ambitious new Boston restaurant: not only was the shape suspiciously neat, but the texture was oddly soft and homogenous.”
““Those are $100,000 bricks of $100 bills and thatâ€ ™ s $2 million there,” Willis explains, looking at a photo of brick-shaped stacks of money wrapped in plastic.”
“It was a single gigantic ridge which we had passed through, standing up knifelike, built up entirely of great brick-shaped masses of bright red rock, some of them as large as the Royal Institution, Edinburgh, piled one on another by”
“Cheese? she asked, picking up the orangey brick-shaped thing packaged in a waxed box like a milk carton.”
“The spaces between the posts are filled with jumbles of approximately brick-shaped bricks and punctuated, apparently at random, with little windows and balconies.”
“The bag lady is wearing an olive green overcoat and maroon pants that are rolled three time to halfway up her brick-shaped calves, revealing yellow knee socks.”
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