bricky

[brik-ee]

Origin of bricky

First recorded in 1590–1600; brick + -y1
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Examples from the Web for bricky

Historical Examples of bricky

  • "I'll walk down the hill with you if you like," said Bricky.

  • Strange to say, it was Bricky Smiles who took the horse to Randwick.

  • He had taken a fancy to Bricky, and was glad to do him a turn, no matter how small.

  • This he did, and handed it to Bricky when he took charge of Lucky Boy.

  • "I'll manage that if you'll allow me to attend to him," said Bricky eagerly.


British Dictionary definitions for bricky

bricky

adjective
  1. made of bricks, or like a brick
noun
  1. a variant spelling of brickie
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