brickhouse

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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Socratic Moral Psychology (hereafter SMP) is based upon a series of earlier publications by the same authors, but which have here undergone numerous revisions--marked ones, in some cases--and have been put together for the first time in what Brickhouse and Smith regard as a 'coherent, single account ...
His Brickhouse Grill restaurant in downtown Jonesboro serves up Cajun and New Orleans-inspired food and offers live music as well, hosting acts from all over the country.
Officials from the Department of Communities and Local Government used publicly-funded credit cards at Brickhouse in Spitalfields, London.
Whitinsville Christian 5, Hopedale 0: Peter Koopman, Owen Brickhouse and Micah Curtis won singles matches for the Crusaders (9-4) against BMR (4-11).
Whitmill, who is represented by Geoffrey Gerber with The BrickHouse Law Group, said the movie producer used the design without his consent or knowledge and is seeking an injunction to halt the release of the movie till the dispute is resolved.
Most of the time they just sit on the machines reading the Sun!" Dowling has retained links with the horseracing world, helping out with various point-to-point trainers, including Caroline Walker at Brickhouse stables in Herefordshire.
"Ideally, the oral health education for any family will begin with prenatal education and the establishment of a dental home by the time the child is 12 to 18 months of age," Tegwyn Brickhouse, DDS, author of the study, said.
These restaurants join the recently opened Brickhouse Tavern & Tap and Joe's Crab Shack.
All of Springfield's strip clubs are on Main Street, with the exception of The Brickhouse, which lies just one block off the thoroughfare.
BrickHouse Security say it is ideal to "spy on your wife, husband, teens or colleague".
Castle bemoans the dearth of personalities such as Harry Caray and Jack Brickhouse, replaced by interchangeable drones and ex-jock color commentators.
According to Mark Brickhouse, a researcher at the Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, there is no easy answer to developing decontamination material that won't damage military equipment.
Anna Brickhouse is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where she is currently writing a book entitled Transamerican Renaissance: The Hemispheric Genealogies of U.
Jennifer Brickhouse, 34, from Union, New Jersey, was going up the lift into the World Trade Centre when she "heard this big boom".
"We mainly perform 70s funk covers like Going Back To My Roots by Odyssey and Brickhouse by The Commodores.