constructed

[ verb kuhn-struhkt; noun kon-struhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF constructed
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSTRUCTED

The ornamentation usually denotes the period when they were constructed.

If a bridge was to be constructed, or a road repaired, he was sent for to superintend it.

They were constructed of ivory and jet, and their capitals were overlaid with the purest gold.

It was constructed by an English company and was opened on the first day of January, 1873.

This line was constructed and operated by a private company.

A number of other short roads, aggregating about 350 miles, have since been constructed.

Then an inner wall was constructed, behind which we carried the sick men.

As we gained the height, I perceived the huge scale on which the schloss was constructed.

They had been hastily, yet firmly, constructed; and were nearly as wide as the windows.

And up in the pines he constructed a 200 platform, which he walled and covered with boughs.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Latin constructus, past participle of construere "to heap up" (see construction). Related: Constructed; constructing.

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