bricking

/ (ˈbrɪkɪŋ) /

noun

Australian slang the falsification of evidence in order to bring a criminal charge

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Example sentences from the Web for bricking

  • "To sinking and bricking new well, 32 ft. deep," Reynold replied.

  • The bank on either side they were bricking up and cementing.

    Three Men on the Bummel|Jerome K. Jerome
  • And he found them bricking up the town gate, because it was so wide that little folks could not get through.

    The Water-Babies|Charles Kingsley
  • We have been bricking him up for a lark, and intend keeping him here till the morning.

    The Banshee|Elliot O'Donnell