Did you by any chance mean brick?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A field-cricket.
“Like the crack that bruck the bank in Multifarnham.”
“‘“Bad luck to ye,” says he, “my bones is bruck wid yer thricks; what the divil are ye doin’ wid me?””
“Robert, Marse Jefferson Davis 'mos' betrusted servant, is done en bruck out thick all ober wid de smallpox, en dar ain 'no tellin' how many er de President's friends en 'quaintances po”
“I'd tole him how ter bruck der odder chap's wrist, but he ain't got der sand ter fight a baby.”
“` "Bad luck to ye," says he, "my bones is bruck wid yer thricks; what the divil are ye doin 'wid me?”
“But unluckily he was blessed with an ilegant large family iv daughters, an 'iv coorse his heart was allamost bruck, striving to make up fortunes for the whole of them.”
“Dey say Congress is going to be bruck up in tree weeks -- I'se glad enough o 'dat.”
“"Bad luck to ye," says he, "my bones is bruck wid yer thricks; what the divil are ye doin' wid me? ”
“Musha, Gad bless yer haner, an 'maybe ye'd buy a slip of a pig fwhrom me, that has my heart bruck, so she has, if ever any body's heart was bruck wit the likes of her; an' sure so there was, no doubt, or I wouldn't be as I am wid her.”
“Mrs Murphy's toilet seát is bruck again agus mar sin de?”
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