from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Covered with brick.
- adj. Similar to brick in texture, colour, shape, etc.
- n. A bricklayer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of bricks; formed of bricks; resembling bricks or brick dust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of bricks, or formed of brick.
- Of the color of common brick: as, a bricky red.
The long lines of endlessly but subtly different office chairs (ever single one of them just crying out to be sat upon, and every one of them seeming more welcoming than my current model), the packages of photocopy paper stacked in bricky towers, the notebooks – the notebooks!
I love the kind of "bricky" type on this Tee - goes well with the slogan.
Explore Driffield's bricky heart around Market Place down to Riverhead, and west and south-west, off Beverley Road and St John's Road, for modern detacheds and semis.
A very nicely handled narrative strand brings brick-expert Novu from bricky Jericho to brickless Etxelur, brought out as a slave of a tubercular old trader called Chona.
Assembly members should not get ONE PENNY for any expenses...if a carpenter, bricky, bank clerk or cleaner wants money for newspapers or bathroom fittings, pay for it out of there own pocket.
She grew up to sit on teh herf…harf…bricky fing in front of fyerplaice an stare at hoomins…You has a thumbs.
Hey, if Mr. Monday at the Oklahoman can describe Bricktown as “bricky,” I should be allowed “banky.”
The walls were yellow cinderblock but the hallway reminded him of an old English prison, bricky and soot-washed.
It was nice, here in this bricky room, glowing in the candlelight, the pianist tickling the ivories in the background.
We cut a small section into the bricky mass and almost immediately parts of a large green marl jar appeared below.