bricklayer's hammer

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Noun1.bricklayer's hammer - a hammer used in laying bricksbricklayer's hammer - a hammer used in laying bricks  
hammer - a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
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Philip Humpage, 40, viciously attacked 63-year-old Philip Martin with a bricklayer's hammer after telling him he had spotted a criminal jumping into the victim's back garden.
The second trial last October ended with the jury finding him guilty of attacking Ms Price with a bricklayer's hammer as she slept in their home.
Morris, a 6ft 6in, 15-stone ex-nightclub bouncer, hit his partner over the head with the sharp end of a bricklayer's hammer when she was 38 weeks pregnant with his child.