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knit to join or link in such a manner to construct a garment or the like. [1/9 definitions]
levee1 to fashion or construct a levee for; provide with a levee. [1/4 definitions]
loophole to construct or fashion loopholes in. [1/3 definitions]
machine to construct, prepare, cut, or finish using a machine. [1/6 definitions]
model to construct a model or models. [1/14 definitions]
mold1 to construct a mold of or from, so as to make a cast. [1/10 definitions]
nest to construct or occupy a nest and rear young. [1/11 definitions]
overbuild to construct in excessive size or with too elaborate decoration. [1/3 definitions]
prefabricate to construct (building sections, parts, or the like) at a factory , for rapid on-site assembly. [1/2 definitions]
protractor a semicircular instrument with graduated markings, used in mathematics, surveying, and the like to construct and measure angles. [1/2 definitions]
put together to construct something from parts. [1/3 definitions]
put up to erect or construct (something). [1/11 definitions]
raft1 to construct a raft from; use as a raft. [1/6 definitions]
reconstruct to make over or construct again. [1/2 definitions]
sew to construct, repair, or attach by making stitches with a needle and thread. [1/3 definitions]
superstructure a construct, system, or institution that has developed out of or is based upon more fundamental ideas. [1/2 definitions]
trap-door spider any of several spiders that construct a silk-lined nest covered by a hinged lid resembling a trap door.
tunnel to construct a tunnel under or through (a mountain, river, city, or the like). [3/6 definitions]
vault1 to construct or cover with an arched roof or ceiling. [2/7 definitions]