Definition of Brickies

1. Noun. (plural of brickie) ¹



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Definition of Brickies

1. brickie [n] - See also: brickie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brickies

bricked
bricked up
bricken
bricker
brickers
brickety
brickfield
brickfielder
brickfields
brickfilm
brickfilmed
brickfilming
brickfilms
brickie
brickier
brickies (current term)
brickiest
bricking
bricking up
brickings
brickish
brickkiln
brickkilns
bricklayer
bricklayer's hammer
bricklayers
bricklaying
bricklayings
brickle
brickleness

Literary usage of Brickies

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1. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1912)
"Ordered that Mr Richard brickies make a new Cedar Font after the handsomest manner he can; & set it up in the Church the old one being Rotten. ..."

2. Wisconsin Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Wisconsin Supreme Court, Supreme Court (1908)
"Moreover, the 'Stewa\l Case is clearly distinguishable on other grounds not necessary to consider here, but which are discussed in brickies v. ..."

3. The Canada Law Journal by William S. Hein & Company (1917)
"If this case had been decided a year earlier it is safe to say that the decision of the Supreme Court in Snell v. brickies would have been different. ..."

4. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1876)
"He was succeeded in less than five years, 27th March 1440, by Edmund, a chaplain or Chantry^f priest; who quickly gave place to Richard brickies, ..."

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