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brick shithouses

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brick shithouses

  1. plural form of brick shithouse
    • 1987, Howard Fast, The Dinner Party, page 228
      Webster and I are brick shithouses, top to bottom. The wind doesn't even touch the smell of us."
    • 1993, Frances Hegarty, Half Light, page 174
      Seventeen and nineteen, they were, built like brick shithouses, one of them already with a baby.
    • 2004, Perry Brass, The Substance of God: A Spiritual Thriller, page 84
      Two razor-scalped brick shithouses in suits, who looked like bouncers at a Hell's Angels dance, started staring at us.