Definition of brick venereal in English:

brick venereal

adjective

Australian
derogatory, informal
  • (of a house) of timber-frame or concrete-block construction with a facing of brick, in the style of modern suburban developments.

    ‘thousands of dinners were being whipped up in white ovens in brick venereal homes’
    • ‘Fifty-seven brick venereal units will be built.’
    • ‘Finally we drove into the brick venereal band that swelled around the city.’
    • ‘His parents' house was brick-venereal.’

noun

Australian
informal, derogatory
  • A suburban house of timber-frame or concrete-block construction with a facing of brick.

    ‘we drove along avenues of sprawling brick venereals’
    • ‘It metaphorically raises a finger to the nostalgic European styling of mass-built tile-roof villas - popularly described as 'sprawling brick venereals'.’
    • ‘We'll all be happy in our cream brick venereals with nose-in parking and the stench of raw sewage.’
    • ‘They lived in a really nice three-bedroom brick venereal in Ringwood.’
    • ‘If I'd wanted someone to lay the foundations of a bloody brick venereal on top of my boy's grave I would have bought a kit house.’

Origin

1970s: a pun on veneer and venereal.