- resembling brick, bricklike
1922, Bertrand W. Sinclair, The Hidden Places:
- One moment his shoulders and his head stood plain in every detail, even to the brickish redness of his skin and the curve of his fingers about the glasses; the next he was gone.
1909, Various, The Lock And Key Library:
- "Well, she had a slate-colored, broad-brimmed straw hat, with a feather of a brickish red.
- (slang, Britain, dated) Like a brick, a helpful or reliable person.
1901, Frederick Swainson, Acton's Feud:
- "It's awfully brickish of you, Worcester," said Acton, as Grim was heard trotting up the corridor "to stand down."