brickle

adjective
brick·le | \ˈbri-kəl \

Definition of brickle 

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Examples of brickle in a Sentence

that stuff's so brickle that it breaks into pieces as soon as you touch it

First Known Use of brickle

13th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for brickle

Middle English brekyl

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