Arch brick - definition of Arch brick by The Free Dictionary
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|1.||A wedge-shaped brick used in the building of an arch.|
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Most of the brick were broken half arch brick
. I had a stockpile of residential fireplace liner brick and ample hard brick from a previously dismantled kiln to make a chimney and firebox.
Built inside a 18 tonne lorry, the 8ft by 12ft prison cell has an arch bricked
shaped roof, bricked up window, bed and iron bars.
The soldier arch relies upon the rigidity of the wall at each side of the opening to hold the arch bricks