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."