pertaining to conventional stores, businesses, etc., having physical buildings and facilities, as opposed to Internet or remote services.
made of bricks and mortar.
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a piece of broken brick, especially one used as a missile. any rocklike missile. an unkind or unfavorable remark; caustic criticism: The critics greeted the play with brickbats. Historical Examples It Is Never Too Late to Mend Charles Reade Make or Break Oliver Optic Indian Ghost Stories S. Mukerji Love’s Meinie John Ruskin Nestleton Magna […]
a semisoft, sweet-tasting American cheese, made from the whole milk of cows and produced in brick form. Historical Examples Cobb’s Bill-of-Fare Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
brickyard. Historical Examples The Diary of a Nobody George Grossmith The War in the Air Herbert George Wells The Kensington District Geraldine Edith Mitton From Crow-Scaring to Westminster; an Autobiography George Edwards M.P., O.B.E. The Other Girls Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney The Siege of Mafeking (1900) J. Angus Hamilton. Cleg Kelly, Arab of the […]
a kiln or furnace in which bricks are baked or burned. Historical Examples Showell’s Dictionary of Birmingham Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell