Definition of Brickyard

1. Noun. A place where bricks are made and sold.

Exact synonyms: Brickfield
Generic synonyms: Shop, Workshop



Definition of Brickyard

1. n. A place where bricks are made, especially an inclosed place.

Definition of Brickyard

1. Noun. A factory where bricks are produced or distributed ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Brickyard

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brickyard

brickman
brickmanship
brickmen
brickmould
brickmoulds
brickor mortis
bricks
bricks and clicks
bricks and mortar
bricks up
brickshaped
brickwise
brickwork
brickworks
bricky
brickyard (current term)
brickyards
bricolage
bricolages
bricole
bricoles
bricoleur
bricoleurs
bridal
bridal-wreath
bridal gown
bridal registry
bridal salon
bridal shower
bridal showers

Literary usage of Brickyard

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1. Guide to the Geology of London and the Neighbourhood: (an Explanation of the by William J. Whitaker (1875)
"brickyard at Shooting Common Chiselhurst.—Kiln on the NW - Plumstead Common. ... brickyard E. of Vale of Health Highgate.—brickyard at Archway ..."

2. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"NOCTURNE IN A DESERTED brickyard Stuff of the moon Runs on the lapping sand Out to the longest shadows. Under the curving willows, And round the creep of ..."

3. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"NOCTURNE IN A DESERTED brickyard Stuff of the moon Runs on the lapping sand \ Out to ... brickyard ..."

4. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"NOCTURNE IN A .DESERTED brickyard Stuff of the moon Runs on the lapping sand Out to the longest shadows. Under the curving willows, And round the creep of ..."

5. Final Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1904)
"General view of S. Graham & Co's. brickyard, near Bordentown. Fig. 2. Bank of black Raritan clay overlain by gravel at S. Graham & Co's. brickyard. ..."

6. The Recession of the Last Ice Sheet in New England by Ernst Antevs (1922)
"Catskill, brickyard a few hundred yards E of the railroad station. c. ... sX miles N of Hudson, brickyard on the railroad i>£ mile N of Stockport. e. ..."

7. Reports of State Trials: New Seriesby Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Macdonell, John Edward Power Wallis by Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Macdonell, John Edward Power Wallis (1888)
"... I met an old man, whom I knew, bleeding profusely, from, apparently, a sabre wound received on his forehead. I got into a brickyard towards Lower ..."

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