Homophones for bricks, brix

bricks / brix  [brɪks]

bricks – n. pl. – 1. small usually rectangular blocks of fired or sun-dried clay used in building; similar blocks of another material; 2. block shaped solid objects i.e. gold; 3. slang – generous or loyal persons; v. tr. – foll. by “in”, “up” – close or block with brick work; adj. – 1 built of bricks; 2. of a dull red colour

brix – adj. – 1. according to Brix scale - concentration in % of sugar by weight (named for Adolf Brix, d. 1870, German scientist; scale – a hydrometer scale for sugar solution so graduated that its reading in Brix at a specified temperature represents percentages by weight of sugar in the solution)