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pressed brick[′prest ′brik]
Brick subjected to pressure before burning to eliminate imperfections of shape and texture.
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A masonry unit without holes made by pressing a relatively dry clay mix into a mold, as opposed to one that is extruded. See also: Brick
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Brick that has been subjected to pressure so as to provide sharp edges and smooth surfaces before being treated in a kiln.
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