Definition of construct:
confect, manage, compel, imagine, fabricate, require, establish, rebuild, thought, do, organism, take a crap, innovation, object, wee-wee, progress, contrive, effect, arrive at, philosophy, erect, bring to pass, defecate, piss, pee, theory, force, circle, nominate, thing, stimulate, trace, pee-pee, invention, micturate, give, draw, bring about, put together, make believe, cook up, pull in, outline, prioritize, reach, imprint, redo, streak, principle, concoct, go up, build up, spend a penny, idea, earn, stool, realise, piece, take in, piddle, take a shit, realize, relieve oneself, carve, item, reorganize, make up, think, creation, envision, puddle, score, mark out, codify, urinate, cause, drum up, fix, assemble, reconstruct, remodel, constrain, shit, take a leak, extend, make out, vamp, become, restore, induce, systematize, perform, restructure, entity, rear, ca-ca, take, retrace, mold, pass water, trump up, manufacture, forge, ideal, commitment, bits and pieces, faith, operate, put up, render, work up, hit, concept, get, attain, belief, bring in, crap, excogitation, clear, build, article, get to, throw up, whole, excogitate, pretend, mark, conception, throw, name, wee, bring into being, have, cook, lay down, coordinate, hold, raise, seduce, design, ramp up, engrave, progress to, stuff, gain, set up, work, make water, occasion.
- create (part of speech: verb)
- compose (part of speech: verb)
- prepare (part of speech: verb)
- produce (part of speech: verb)
- structure (part of speech: verb)
- "Civics: as Applied Sociology", Patrick Geddes.
- "Henry IV, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
- "The Iron Furrow", George C. Shedd.