constructs

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

Like the latter it constructs a nest that is very well designed and executed.

En-anna-tuma, patesi of Lagash, constructs storehouse to Nin-girsu, 58.

En-temena, patesi of Lagash, 56;constructs storehouse to Nin-girsu, 58.

In Macbeth he constructs the last half of his play in much the same manner.

The dockyard name given to the person who constructs a ship of the navy.

The laborer who constructs the machine cannot demand repayment over and over.

A city government, for instance, constructs a system of sewerage.

The Bee constructs her cell, stores it with honey, and lays her egg.

Here one constructs and observes the consequences of one's construction.

This force destroys when used for self, but constructs when it is turned outward.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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