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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As Jack Brickhouse used to say, here are "the happy totals" for some beleaguered forwards:
The HFF team representing the borrower included managing director Elliott Throne and director Nicole Brickhouse.
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Originally opened in Hong Kong, Dubai's branch of Brickhouse will be located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, next to the Manzil Downtown Dubai hotel.
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Outside food trucks Kona Ice, Brown Box Bakery, Funky Monkey, Flying Stove, and Brickhouse BBQ will be on hand to serve lunch and snacks.
He is co-editor at Great Weather for Media and puts on poetry and arts events at the Brickhouse Brewery on Long Island in addition to hosting and curating poetry at Alive After 5 and Bradstock music festivals and The International Beat poetry Festival.
lt;BAbove: A brickhouse masonry crossing for the aqueduct, an old valve in the Foel Tower on the Garreg Ddu reservoir, and, left, part of the aqueduct, which has carried Birmingham's water 73 miles for more than a century
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It was the voices of those teams, and that time--Vince Lloyd, Lou Boudreau, Harry Caray, Jack Brickhouse, and even Bob Waller and Jim West--that helped form my love for baseball.
Evans, of Brickhouse Road, Rowley Regis, admitted wounding and common assault.
At the urging of the department's then-director Tonja Brickhouse, the Tampa City Council approved a series of rate hikes--the last one comes in 2015-16--to avoid insolvency.