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Definition of "bricks" []

  • A rectangular block of clay mixed with sand and fired in a kiln or baked by the sun, used in building construction (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • The material used to make such blocks (noun)
  • Any rectangular block (noun)
  • Bricks collectively (noun)
  • A reliable, trustworthy, or helpful person (noun)
  • A child's building block (noun)
  • To construct, line, pave, fill, or wall up with bricks (verb)
  • To attack (a person) with a brick or bricks (verb)
  • Plural form of brick. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brick. (verb)

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Use "bricks" in a sentence
  • "I think in every business, the most important thing you can do is emulate the actions that people do in what I call the bricks and mortar world and how people investigate and how people look at information."
  • "Even when we cannot raise a building in bricks and mortar, the soul of a building may yet inspire a little tribe of intellectual children."
  • "Cause I can get the plain bricks of Ramen 7/$1 regular price."