Nor does the Bible teach that providing such a service should be construed as participation or affirmation.
“Nothing I've done could be construed as sex,” she says, happily.
To win again would only be construed as an act of unconscionable hubris.
Disrobing, depending on how it is done, apparently might be construed as a promotion of gay sex.
When I tell him that this could easily be construed as a threat, he brushes off the criticism.
In giving up Anne, when Anne had told him he might hope, he had construed all the sacrifice as his own.
The science of society might be construed as the study of them.
Avoid carefully subjects which may be construed into personalities, and keep a strict reserve upon family matters.
I had not spoken—I had not moved, and my timid glance could not have been construed into one of rudeness.
Surely the change in both was great—a change which she construed as absolutely to her own disadvantage as it was to his advantage.