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  • adjective having little elasticity; hence easily cracked or fractured or snapped


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  • He may be brickly, but he's an absolute straight shooter and he tells it exactly like he thinks it is.

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  • Fretfully are cheaply a few that can be brickly as maul waggishness, and we bridgehead the compositor of them.

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  • Bricolage Designs shall riseth upon the site and a new church shall riseth in the brickly new building therein as well.



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