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Feminism as a label is often divisive, even within Western constructs.

Mishearing a question, he even constructs an argument for a “yogurt tax.”

He constructs, but plays at destruction; Friedman destroys but presents it as tidying up.

Over the course of the episode, Hank constructs, sets, and finally springs an immaculate trap on his brother-in-law, Walt.

Where Raphael constructed ideal women and made them seem normal and necessary, Dürer constructs ideal works of art and artifice.

Paris, hungry for the spectacular, constructs it indifferently out of anything, civil war as readily as the burial of a statesman.

On the other hand, when the words “a black” are heard, the mind constructs no image; it waits until the noun modified is spoken.

The good and the bad are conventional constructs, and the value of an act is relative to the end or purpose it serves.

This species constructs its cup-shaped nest in all manner of strange places.

The white-breasted waterhen constructs its nursery in a thicket at the margin of some village pond.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to constructs, such as: manufacture, compose, organize, put up, formulate, and form.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.