Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A bricklayer.

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Examples

  • I performed the work as thoroughly as any mason laying bricks and I regarded the work as just about as commonplace as would a brick-mason regard his work.

    Chapter 11

  • Already I have seen in the South the black and white farm laborer, working side by side for a black landlord; already I have seen in the South a black and a white brick-mason and carpenters as well working upon a building side by side, under a colored contractor.

    Black and White

  • Already I have seen in the South the black and white farm laborer, working side by side for a black landlord; already I have seen in the South a black and a white brick-mason and carpenters as well working upon a building side by side, under a colored contractor.

    Black and White

  • Already I have seen in the South the black and white farm laborer, working side by side for a black landlord; already I have seen in the South a black and a white brick-mason and carpenters as well working upon a building side by side, under a colored contractor.

    Black and White

  • Already I have seen in the South the black and white farm laborer, working side by side for a black landlord; already I have seen in the South a black and a white brick-mason and carpenters as well working upon a building side by side, under a colored contractor.

    Black and White

  • Already I have seen in the South the black and white farm laborer, working side by side for a black landlord; already I have seen in the South a black and a white brick-mason and carpenters as well working upon a building side by side, under a colored contractor.

    Black and White

  • In the south it is not unusual to see a colored brick-mason working alongside a white brick-mason.

    History of the American Negro in the Great World War His Splendid Record in the Battle Zones of Europe; Including a Resume of His Past Services to his Country in the Wars of the Revolution, of 1812, the War of Rebellion, the Indian Wars on the Frontier, the Spanish-American War, and the Late Imbroglio With Mexico

  • He is the oldest policy-holder of the Company and is still following his trade as a brick-mason, as he was doing when he joined the Company.

    John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch

  • I performed the work as thoroughly as any mason laying bricks and I regarded the work as just about as commonplace as would a brick-mason regard his work.

    Chapter 11

  • They amount to nothing if he had been apprenticed "to the trade of a brick-mason," and had learned and followed that trade.

    Benjamin Sherwood Hedrick

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