Definition of Like a ton of bricks

1. Prepositional phrase. (simile colloquial) Very strongly; very heavily; often unexpectedly. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Like A Ton Of Bricks

like a chicken with the pip
like a dog with a bone
like a duck takes to water
like a hawk
like a hole in one's head
like a hole in the head
like a kid in a candy store
like a lamb to the slaughter
like a man
like a million bucks
like a million dollars
like a pig in clover
like a shot
like a ton of bricks (current term)
like a train
like an amateur
like an expert
like as
like as and
like as if
like blue murder
like cheese at fourpence
like clockwork
like crack
like crazy
like death warmed over
like death warmed up

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