Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A brick.

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Examples

  • The outdoor seating is a bit awkward, cheap plastic chairs, dirty tables on top of uneven brickstone and awkward lighting at night.

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  • The outdoor seating is a bit awkward, cheap plastic chairs, dirty tables on top of uneven brickstone and awkward lighting at night.

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  • Brown walked alone - clutching a legal pad and pen - for the short distance between the Statehouse and Parkman House, the Beacon Hill brickstone that is the mayor's traditional retreat.

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  • Brown walked alone - clutching a legal pad and pen - for the short distance between the Statehouse and Parkman House, the Beacon Hill brickstone that is the mayor's traditional retreat.

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • Brown walked alone - clutching a legal pad and pen - for the short distance between the Statehouse and Parkman House, the Beacon Hill brickstone that is the mayor's traditional retreat.

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  • Water-rolled bits of brickstone also appeared; and hence, probably, Dr. Oscar Lenz [Footnote: _Geolog.

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