Wearing a plaid shirt, the stocky singer looked like a bricklayer playing an open mic at a bar.
He might be a bricklayer or a road-sweeper if you judge by his appearance.
If there is no need of a bricklayer, we may discard also the brick-maker.
Here Ben Jonson lived when he was a child, and after his mother had taken a bricklayer for her second husband.
"Then send for the bricklayer and have it seen to," said his master.
A bricklayer, who had perhaps seen better times in his youth, wrote on a tile the first verse of the Aeneid.
And he did, naughty youth, and a bricklayer fell on him, and he died?
The Oracle was a bricklayer by trade, and had two or three small contracts on hand.
Would a bricklayer hesitate any longer between a duchess and a scullery-maid?
A bricklayer was much wanted, as one who was sent in the Queen, died on the passage.
An inaccurate basketball shooter: His drawback is that he's a bricklayer from the free throw line (1990s+ Sports)