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brickearth (ˈbrɪkˌɜːθ)
a clayey alluvium suitable for the making of bricks: specifically, such a deposit in southern England, yielding a fertile soil

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The land has been extensively quarried for chalk and the covering brickearth.
The geology of the area consists mainly of brickearth overlying chalk.
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