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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrickbatbrick‧bat /ˈbrɪkbæt/ noun [countable] written  a criticism of something The plan has drawn both brickbats and praise.
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brickbatWe are successful, but success brings brickbats.It keeps you going in life, especially with all the brickbats you get in politics.And by the fourth issue of Oz the plaudits were beginning to outnumber the brickbats.Swathes opened up in the crowds on either side as they saw the brickbats coming.Then, the brickbats begin to fly.
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