"brick" Definition

  1. a “jolly good fellow;” “a regular BRICK,” a staunch fellow. About the highest compliment that in one word can be paid one man. Said to be derived from an expression of Aristotle’s—τετραγωνος ἀνηρ.

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Position in the dictionary: 350 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: bridge, brief, briefs, brim, briney, bring-up, brisket-beater, broad and shallow, broad-brim, broad-cooper
Previous words in the dictionary: breeks, breef, breeching, breeches, breeched, breaky-leg, break-down, break up, break the ice, break shins

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