- pertaining to conventional stores, businesses, etc., having physical buildings and facilities, as opposed to Internet or remote services.
- made of bricks and mortar.
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Examples from the Web for brick-and-mortar
The online site, which allows customers to rent high-end clothing, will soon have a brick-and-mortar store in New York City.Kate Moss Scolds Justin Bieber at Riccardo Tisci's Birthday Bash; Kate Middleton Makes Vanity Fair’s ‘Hall of Fame’
The Fashion Beast Team
August 6, 2014
INSIDER TIP: Head downtown for salutatorian Fusion Taco, another food truck turned brick-and-mortar.Foodie Heaven in Houston
July 10, 2014
At the same time, brick-and-mortar retailers have been steadily losing market share to online retailers and e-commerce generally.Black Friday Comes Early as U.S. Retailers Panic Over Holiday Sales
November 21, 2013
Albeit as a favor to brick-and-mortar retailers, rather than out of any enthusiasm for taxation.Lean In, Liz Cheney, but Please Don’t Win That Senate Seat
July 18, 2013
There are no brick-and-mortar churches where adherents gather to pray and paddle.Spanking for Jesus: Inside the Unholy World of ‘Christian Domestic Discipline’
June 19, 2013
Beyond destroying the brick-and-mortar remains of feudalism, he did nothing for the people.
And when the last survivors fled to their brick-and-mortar fastnesses, our work was only half done.The Road
I was more pleased with the Palace than any other brick-and-mortar structure that came under my observation.Los Gringos
H. A. (Henry Agustus) Wise