Definition of Brickles
1. brickle [n] - See also: brickle
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Literary usage of Brickles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Literary History of Spanish America by Alfred Coester (1916)
"The book aroused much discussion because the author attributed the failure to the bad character of the soldiers who supported the president. brickles drew a ..."
2. The Colonial and State Political History of Hertford County, N.C. by Benjamin Brodie Winborne (1906)
"conveyed, October 15, 1754, 200 acres of land on Meherrin Creek. These brickles were the ancestors of the brickles of Hertford in recent years. ..."
3. The Canada Law Journal by William S. Hein & Company (1917)
"brickles v. Snett (1916) AC. This was an action by a purchaser for specific performance of a contract for the sale of land. It appeared by the evidence that ..."
4. The Mechanics' Magazine (1855)
"brickles, JESSE, and THOMAS THORPE, manufacturers, and JOSEPH LILLE, engineer, of Manchester. Improvement» in the manufacture of plain and ornamental wove« ..."
5. The Golden Days of the Early English Church from the Arrival of Theodore to by Henry Hoyle Howorth (1917)
"... of an old wall, and of a transition arch, as well as some decayed coffins and skeletons.1 In the Saxon Chronicle the place is called brickles- worthe, ..."
6. An Antiquarian Ramble in the Streets of London: With Anecdotes of Their More by John Thomas Smith (1846)
"Here it is said the obit or annual donation of John brickles, of bread and cheese to-the poor, is still distributed with the ceremony enjoined; for instance ..."