That Campfield construes gayness to be a dangerous act may be rooted in his faulty understanding of HIV and AIDS.
The two pounds he construes to be the reason and understanding.
He construes the give and take of the debate-game with extreme rigour.
"Suave mari magno;" or, as your new Premier, if he be still Premier, construes.
Dodge, too, takes cognisance of an impulse and construes a motive.
It has been dubbed "an atrocious act of simony;" but the reasoning that so construes it is none so clear.
He construes treaties and asserts the rights of our government and our citizens under them.
No thought on our part connects and construes the low, gentle voices.
That is an obsolete idea which construes Southern politics as a struggle for power between whites and blacks.
True to the nature of oracles, this one has a double meaning, and Semiramis construes it in the wrong way.