brickle

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adjective brick·le \ˈbri-kəl\

Definition of brickle

dialect

  1. :  brittle

Examples of brickle in a sentence

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

Origin and Etymology of brickle

Middle English brekyl


First Known Use: 13th century



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