Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The art of building with bricks, or of uniting them by cement or mortar in various forms; the art or occupation of laying bricks.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The art of building with bricks, or of uniting them by cement or mortar into various forms; the act or occupation of laying bricks.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The act of building a wall by laying bricks, usually with cement between the surfaces of the bricks.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the craft of laying bricks

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Examples

  • His bricklaying is a little rusty, but passable as he checks out the foreman who's under suspicion.

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  • His bricklaying is a little rusty, but passable as he checks out the foreman who's under suspicion.

    No Colder Place

  • All they do is to enable seniors to boast that their staff are ‘qualified’; IMHO they are of extremely limited use outside manual skills areas such as bricklaying and joinery.

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  • However, whilst he believes that in terms of a stereotypical male job such as bricklaying, women should not be paid the same as men (obviously showing his sexist conception of what women should really be doing – kitchen and bedroom) that men however, SHOULD get the same amount of money as women for working in a cantine.

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  • However, whilst he believes that in terms of a stereotypical male job such as bricklaying, women should not be paid the same as men (obviously showing his sexist conception of what women should really be doing – kitchen and bedroom) that men however, SHOULD get the same amount of money as women for working in a cantine.

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  • It is perfectly obvious that in any decent occupation (such as bricklaying or writing books) there are only two ways (in any special sense) of succeeding.

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  • What they do: A broad range of jobs that require workers to possess specialized skills, usually gained by apprenticeship, such as bricklaying, carpentry, cabinet making, masonry, plumbing and welding.

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  • Assistance for Grass Roots Projects was to equip disadvantaged jobless men and woman of Soweto with a one-year course in basic building skills such as bricklaying, plastering/tiling, roof finishing and plumbing.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It is perfectly obvious that in any decent occupation (such as bricklaying or writing books) there are only two ways (in any special sense) of succeeding.

    All Things Considered

  • The University and College Union (UCU) warned that some colleges were losing as much as a quarter of their adult learning budgets and may be forced to turn away hundreds of would-be students in courses such as bricklaying, care work and catering.

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