1. an attractive woman.
|Campus Sl. Mar. 2: brick house – a good-looking girl.|
|What’s The Good Word? 84: He is from Planet Lovetron where the brothers be bad and the ‘biddies’ be brickhouses.|
|Corner (1998) 169: The Commodores arrive suddenly to fill the void. ‘She’s a brick . . . hoowwwse’.|
2. (also house) a woman with a large chest.
|[||Dict. Service Sl. n.p.: brick . . . a muscular girl who won’t stand any fooling].|
|Sl. U. 46: Dolly Parton is a brickhouse. [Ibid.] 111: house see brickhouse.|