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brick house

A person, typically female, who is full-figured, strong, and sexually attractive. Popularized by the 1977 song "Brick House" by The Commodores. Do you see that brick house at the bar? I'm going to ask her out.
See also: brick, house

brickhouse

n. a large-breasted woman. (A confused or euphemistic reference to built like a brick shithouse. Usually objectionable.) Clara’s a real brickhouse. I don’t see how she stands up.
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waited a long, for this of the Agency In August 2004 James Raven, then 44, from Parnham Close, Radcliffe, and John Wilson, then 54, from Brickhouses, Marple Road, Glossop, were jailed for life for Mr Waters' murder.