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- n. Plural form of goldbrick.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of goldbrick.
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This is the same editor who once said "all the laziest goof-offs and goldbricks in the newsroom" where he began his career were union officials — and that the unionized New York Times editorial writers are nothing more than "limousine liberals."
Bunch of inept, lollygagging goldbricks, that's all they were.
Some of the ablest commanders in our service have abided by this rule: They never denied the man who had a legitimate reason for transfer, and they never shuffled off their lemons and goldbricks under a false label.
If we underpay public-sector employees we'll attract mediocre talent - the dreaded inept bureaucrats, goldbricks and paper pushers who midwife inefficiency.
Can someone explain to me why we are paying these goldbricks anything?