View definitions for build
noun as in physical structure, form
verb as in construct structure
verb as in initiate, found
They have a breathable mesh build, but when paired with a wool sock like this one from Voormi, I have no problems wearing them in below-freezing temperatures.
I credit the premium goat leather, simple build, and burly stitched seams for this longevity.
All the extra features and general operating abilities add to the printer’s build, which certainly shouldn’t be an issue if you have an office or dedicated workspace at home.
Blockchain could allow buyers to track their ad’s performance at every stage, potentially eliminating fraud and helping build trust.
For Lee, co-living during the pandemic helped her build trust and a sense of community with her roommates.
Those are saguaro cactuses…the big ones…birds make holes in them and build their nests inside.
Therefore, we should—you guessed it—develop the Canadian tar sands and build the Keystone pipeline.
“He could build studios and he understood technology,” Jackson told The Daily Beast.
The narrator is suggesting that they build a snowman that looks like a minister.
Regardless, few had been given any reason to believe they could build a life for themselves beyond the streets.
They lived at first in a tent; no time to build a house, till the wheat and vegetables were planted.
Now is the time to build for the future, and to avoid paying too much attention to immediate profits.
The birds that build them swallow a certain kind of glutinous weed growing on the coral rocks.
Ki Pak's servants proceeded to build a fire in the centre of the yard and the cook made preparations for getting supper.
And they shall build houses, and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and eat the fruits of them.
On this page you'll find 206 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to build, such as: frame, physique, body, conformation, constitution, and figure.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.