reconstruct

Part of speech: adjective

Reconstructive.

Part of speech: noun

RECONSTRUCTION.

Part of speech: verb

To construct again; rebuild; reorganize.

Part of speech: noun

Reconstructor.

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Usage examples "reconstruct":

  1. " I have never thought of it that way," he said; " as you put it, it seems almost an imperative duty that the best Southern blood should return to the hills and reconstruct where and in the manner it alone understands." - "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.
  2. One of the long envelopes which he had received on the previous night had turned out, on examination, to contain a letter from the editor accepting the story if he would reconstruct certain passages indicated in the margin. - "The Man Upstairs and Other Stories", P. G. Wodehouse.
  3. But the remnants are there, slight as they are; and they are worth your search for them, as we try together to reconstruct the ancient city of which they formed a part. - "The Story of Rouen", Sir Theodore Andrea Cook.