Definition of brickwork
: work of or with bricks and mortar
Examples of brickwork in a Sentence
Some of the brickwork is in need of repair.
Recent Examples of brickwork from the Web
Much of the mosque and brickwork minaret was reduced to rubble, said a Reuters TV reporter who went to the site with the elite units that captured it.
ISIS last week broadcast a video showing much of the mosque and brickwork minaret reduced to rubble.
On the ground floor, segments of brickwork of a wall, decorated with frescoes, date to the era of Emperor Septimius Severus, whose rule spanned the end of the 2nd and start of the 3rd centuries, according to the archaeologists.
There’s an English village church in Foggy Bottom, with fine brickwork, a timber ceiling, Gothic arch doorways and a tidy garden.
Featuring a mix of Flemish and traditional brickwork with vine and herringbone detail, 1120 S. High St. boasts a façade that is not seen every day, especially in Denver.
The iconic minaret, which stands at more than 148 feet with ornamental bands of brickwork adorning its cylindrical shaft, was already listing in the 14th century.
McIlroy, Europe’s main man, needed to win it in order to lay the brickwork for another improbable comeback on American soil.
When a bomb-blast (or giant metal ball) smashes into the brickwork, the wallpaper holds it in place, keeping the wall intact and preventing it from becoming shrapnel.
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First Known Use of brickwork
BRICKWORK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brickwork for English Language Learners
: the part of something that is made with bricks
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