constructer

[kuh n-struhk-ter]
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noun


constructor

or con·struct·er

[kuh n-struhk-ter]

noun

a person or thing that builds.
a person or company engaged in the construction business.
a person who devises crossword puzzles.

Origin of constructor

First recorded in 1610–20; construct + -or2
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Examples from the Web for constructer

Historical Examples of constructer

  • Some writers believe the Persian king, Darius, was its constructer.

  • His words were the words of a constructer and prophet, as well as the words of a forward-driving warrior.

    Huts in Hell

    Daniel A. Poling