well constructed

[ verb kuhn-struhkt; noun kon-struhkt ]
SEE DEFINITION OF well constructed
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It was about eleven feet in length, well constructed, and water-tight.

They are well constructed instruments, and the wood is of an excellent description.

It was well constructed, or it would not have held together.

However, we had never seen any so well constructed as these of the Ortous.

The story is, as we have said, not so well constructed as it might be.

The plot is well constructed and the story entertaining and well told.

Their furniture was rich, well constructed, and carved by skilled craftsmen.

It had not been well constructed, and after being opened it would not close again.

To make a face speak clearly and with propriety, it must not only be well constructed, but have its own exclusive character.

Immeadiately a little spring door flew open displaying two well constructed shelves of solid oak.