|can be constructed again, can be recreated, can be rebuilt||reconstructible|
|(Past participle), accepted into criminal group, artificially produced, contrived, done, prepared; constructed, manufactured, produced; sure of success, make, Past tense of, successful||made|
|a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...||brace|
|area of natural ground along coast, balcony, buildings set on raised ground, construct a porch, build a patio or deck; create many narrow flat levels in a hillside (for agriculture or to prevent erosion), constructed bank of ground, flat area beside a ...||terrace|
|armor, cover the body with mail, e-mail, hard body covering, items sent, postal service; letters and other items that are sent via the postal service; flexible armor constructed of metal rings linked together; e-mail, electronic mail, postal system, se...|
|arrangement of atoms, building; something created from a number of interconnecting parts; manner in which something is constructed, component parts of rocks, give structure to, orderly system of parts, organic feature, organize, give form to, something...||structure|
|barrier, build a dike; protect with an embankment; drain with a canal or ditch, causeway, drain with ditches, embankment constructed to control water, earthwork, rampart, embankment to prevent floods, long mass of igneous rock, protect with dikes||dike|
|blunt or crude, capable of recovery, determined, full-flavored, needing physical strength, straightforward, strong and healthy, strongly constructed||robust|
|bound by close ties, compact in physique, firmly constructed||well-knit|
|bridge constructed from cantilevers||cantilever bridge|
|build, assemble, put together, constructed thing or concept, create in the mind, draw accurately, pattern; concept||construct|
|build, constructed, well-proportioned||built|
|built of megaliths, constructed of large stones used to build different structures during the prehistoric period (Archeology)||megalithic|
|clinging to outdated beliefs, not rebuilt, steadfast in outdated opinions or beliefs; not rebuilt; (American History) not accepting the Reconstruction after the Civil War (of the southern states)||unreconstructed|
|conical tent constructed from animal hides supported by long poles (used by American Indians), tepee||teepee|
|constructed in a manner so as to afford manipulation by magnetic and optical forces (e.g. magneto-optical disc is a disc which can be written on one side by a magnet and read by a laser on the other)||MO (magneto-optical)|
|constructed of timbers, wooded||timbered|
|delicate, thin; frail, fragile; insubstantial; poorly made or constructed, easily torn, thin paper, paper used for copies, unconvincingly weak||flimsy|
|dome-shaped Inuit house, dome-shaped shelter, Eskimo house constructed of ice blocks||igloo|
|dual-walled circular stone tower constructed in Scotland at the beginning of Christian era||brough|
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