constructing

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

We must at once think about constructing a railway between Eden Vale and the coast.

Then, with Mr. Jackson to help him, work was started on constructing the car.

There they spent the winter constructing the craft which was to carry them to their destination.

The towel is used, also, for the purpose of constructing or annihilating a bridge.

The sharers then proceeded to the task of constructing their playhouse.

Not wishing to lose time in constructing a raft, they followed up the west bank of the stream for several miles.

It was used in constructing a factory building in New York City.

The forms used in constructing the wall are shown by Figs. 110 and 111.

It surely meant to aid him in constructing the wheel, say of his fortune.

It came to me this morning while I was constructing the—ah—nest, here.

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