Definitions

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  • noun A place where bricks are made.

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Examples

  • The tall smokestacks of cement plants and brickworks and power plants belch thick, black soot.

    Dominique Browning: Taking Notice of India's Extreme Poverty

  • The tall smokestacks of cement plants and brickworks and power plants belch thick, black soot.

    Dominique Browning: Taking Notice of India's Extreme Poverty

  • There was an understanding murmur -- the brickworks was notorious for the fact that it could always be relied upon to fill any vacant bed in Men's Surgical at all times.

    Politics 101

  • Nearby was an abandoned brickworks, a place so desolate that director George Miller found it a perfect location for the movie "Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome."

    The Good, The Bad, The Boring

  • Nearby was an abandoned brickworks, a place so desolate that director George Miller found it a perfect location for the movie "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome."

    Reinventing Sydney

  • There is a lot of information at the Heritage Centre about brickworks.

    Bricks

  • Then a few more heads appeared and we discovered we were camped by another brickworks and decided to check it out.

    Long Way Down

  • Then a few more heads appeared and we discovered we were camped by another brickworks and decided to check it out.

    Long Way Down

  • Then a few more heads appeared and we discovered we were camped by another brickworks and decided to check it out.

    Long Way Down

  • Then a few more heads appeared and we discovered we were camped by another brickworks and decided to check it out.

    Long Way Down

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