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Definition of "constructional" [con•struc•tion•al]

  • Of, pertaining to, or obtained by construction. (adjective)

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Use "constructional" in a sentence
  • "If the drawing is inaccurate overall shape is important, not details, the dysfunction is called constructional dyspraxia."
  • "In The Logical Structure of the World, Rudolph Carnap attempts to show how a "constructional system" can be built the purpose of which is "to order the objects of all sciences into a system according to their reducibility to one another.""
  • "I think Niffenegger uses time travel with considerably greater panache than many writers, and I especially liked the way she deals with the immediate difficulties of her male character's plunges through time (though not the 'scientific' explanation for them), but the constructional problem remains."