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Word Meanings - CONSTRUCTURE - Book Publishers vocabulary database

That which is constructed or formed; an edifice; a fabric.

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  • FORMALITY
    The dress prescribed for any body of men, academical, municipal, or sacerdotal. The doctors attending her in their formalities as far as Shotover. Fuller. 6. That which is formal; the formal part. It unties the inward knot of marriage, . . . while
  • FORMICARY
    The nest or dwelling of a swarm of ants; an ant-hill.
  • FORMULIZE
    To reduce to a formula; to formulate. Emerson.
  • CONSTRUCT
    together, to construct; con- + struere to pile up, set in order. See 1. To put together the constituent parts of in their proper place and order; to build; to form; to make; as, to construct an edlifice. 2. To devise; to invent; to set in order;
  • FORMERLY
    In time past, either in time immediately preceding or at any indefinite distance; of old; heretofore.
  • FORMICAROID
    Like or pertaining to the family Formicaridæ or ant thrushes.
  • FORMIDABLY
    In a formidable manner.
  • FORMICATE
    Resembling, or pertaining to, an ant or ants.
  • FORME
    See PATTé
  • FORMEDON
    A writ of right for a tenant in tail in case of a discontinuance of the estate tail. This writ has been abolished.
  • FORMAT
    The shape and size of a book; hence, its external form. The older manuscripts had been written in a much larger format than that found convenient for university work. G. H. Putnam. One might, indeed, protest that the format is a little
  • CONSTRUCTIVELY
    In a constructive manner; by construction or inference. A neutral must have notice of a blockade, either actually by a formal information, or constructively by notice to his government. Kent.
  • WHICHEVER; WHICHSOEVER
    Whether one or another; whether one or the other; which; that one which; as, whichever road you take, it will lead you to town.
  • FORMYL
    A univalent radical, H.C:O, regarded as the essential residue of formic acid and aldehyde. Formerly, the radical methyl, CH3.
  • FORMALIZE
    1. To give form, or a certain form, to; to model. 2. To render formal.
  • FABRICATE
    1. To form into a whole by uniting its parts; to frame; to construct; to build; as, to fabricate a bridge or ship. 2. To form by art and labor; to manufacture; to produce; as, to fabricate woolens. 3. To invent and form; to forge; to
  • FORMAL
    1. Belonging to the form, shape, frame, external appearance, or organization of a thing. 2. Belonging to the constitution of a thing, as distinguished from the matter composing it; having the power of making a thing what it is; constituent;
  • FORMULARIZATION
    The act of formularizing; a formularized or formulated statement or exhibition. C. Kingsley.
  • WHICH
    the root of hwa who + lic body; hence properly, of what sort or kind; akin to OS. hwilik which, OFries. hwelik, D. welk, G. welch, OHG. welih, hwelih, Icel. hvilikr, Dan. & Sw. hvilken, Goth. hwileiks, 1. Of what sort or kind; what; what a; who.
  • FABRICATOR
    One who fabricates; one who constructs or makes. The fabricator of the works of Ossian. Mason.
  • INFORMITY
    Want of regular form; shapelessness.
  • OMNIFORMITY
    The condition or quality of having every form. Dr. H. More.
  • FALCIFORM
    Having the shape of a scithe or sickle; resembling a reaping hook; as, the falciform ligatment of the liver.
  • DEFORMER
    One who deforms.
  • DIVERSIFORM
    Of a different form; of varied forms.
  • VARIFORM
    Having different shapes or forms.
  • PREFORM
    To form beforehand, or for special ends. "Their natures and preformed faculties. " Shak.
  • RESINIFORM
    Having the form of resin.
  • VILLIFORM
    Having the form or appearance of villi; like close-set fibers, either hard or soft; as, the teeth of perch are villiform.
  • BIFORM
    Having two forms, bodies, or shapes. Croxall.
  • REFORMALIZE
    To affect reformation; to pretend to correctness.
  • FULL-FORMED
    Full in form or shape; rounded out with flesh. The full-formed maids of Afric. Thomson.
  • SCORIFORM
    In the form of scoria.
  • REFORMATIVE
    Forming again; having the quality of renewing form; reformatory. Good.
  • MALCONFORMATION
    Imperfect, disproportionate, or abnormal formation; ill form; disproportion of parts.
  • PENNIFORM
    Having the form of a feather or plume.
  • WELL-INFORMED
    Correctly informed; provided with information; well furnished with authentic knowledge; intelligent.
  • DENDRIFORM
    Resembling in structure a tree or shrub.
  • ETHERIFORM
    Having the form of ether.

 

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