well-constructed

[ verb kuhn-struhkt; noun kon-struhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-constructed
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Now, these are the first terms of all well-constructed bas-relief.

The hut was large and well-constructed, though now a little falling to decay.

But the question is, whether in a well-constructed rifle, the bullet does strip?

They employ the finest machinery, and have well-constructed dairies.

In a well-constructed monument that which enraptures us is the science of its depths.

His first comedy was a well-constructed play of plot and incidents.

The curiosity of the reader is kept roused as in a well-constructed romance.

It is a true Aztec town, and the houses are well-constructed.

He arrived by well-constructed stages at the offer of the sub-editorship.

Those are well-constructed verses, my dear sir—equal to Dryden.

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