Bricky



constructed of, made of, or resembling bricks.
Historical Examples

The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
The Second String Nat Gould
Rivers of Great Britain. The Thames, from Source to Sea. Anonymous

adjective
made of bricks, or like a brick
noun
a variant spelling of brickie

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