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bricklayer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Construction
bricklayerbrick‧lay‧er /ˈbrɪkˌleɪə $ -ər/ (also brickie /ˈbrɪki/ British English informal) noun [countable]  BOTBCsomeone whose job is to build walls, buildings etc with bricksbricklaying noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
bricklayerSoane was born in Goring on Thames, where his father was a bricklayer and he began his career as an errand-boy.Carpenters gained a real-wage improvement of 10 percent and bricklayers one of 14 percent between 1750-4 and 1788-92.In 1910 Hilton Anderson's foreman bricklayer was killed when he fell while demolishing a brick kiln.Our other new signing is local bricklayer, Billy Lugg.All were men, one of them only 12 years old, and all were farmers of bricklayers.There were about forty men in the team of bricklayers that built Worldwide Plaza.But again, as with the lintels, the union did not allow the bricklayers to use a plumb line.One of the bricklayers jumped out of the truck and tried to run.
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