red brickIn one of those little red brick cottages?
brick wallsBefore 1930 most houses were built with solid brick walls.
brick buildingOne mile to the south of the village lies Sand Hall, a large brick building erected in 1774.
brick houseOn the western side of Louth is Thorpe Hall; a beautifully mellow brick house with lichen-clad roof.
build of brick
bare brickIn the dining area of the bare brick Kitchen there was a stirring in the pool of lethargy.
brick throughI threw a brick through the window, ran away and then came back and did it again.
yellow brickHe turned to look across the clunch field to the distant row of houses, their yellow brick walls and mean square windows now plainly visible.
large brickOne mile to the south of the village lies Sand Hall, a large brick building erected in 1774.
like a brickThey're like a brick, that's it.
brick or stonebrick or stone enclosure, usually on the outskirts of a village, for stray animals.
concrete and brickThe paratroop regiment that he had left eighteen months before was now bivouacked in a concrete and brick school house on the outskirts of Jalalabad and dominated the low ground of an Afghan valley.
brick dustIn the 19th century, milk was frequently diluted with water, brick dust was added to chocolate and white bread made whiter by the addition of dangerous alum.
brick builtHuge six-storey hulks, brick built nearly two hundred years ago.
high brick wallIt had tiny windows like a prison, and a high brick wall all round it.
hit a brickHe then engaged full astern, causing the boat to stop as if it had hit a brick wall, and cried: ‘Drop anchor!’