Third-person singular simple present indicative form of erect.(verb)
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Use "erects" in a sentence
"Discussing the Clinton campaign, I think Ezra Klein erects too much of a dichotomy between populist and New Dem “sides” to Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign."
"Liberals have long favored an expansive interpretation of the principle of separation, a position endorsed by the Supreme Court in 1947 in the case of Everson v. Board of Education, which held that, properly construed, the Establishment Clause of the Constitution erects a "wall of separation" between religion and state that "must be kept high and impregnable.""
"It shines its brightest -- brighter than any gilded altar it erects -- when the church is about positive transformation in the lives of the poor."