verb (used with object)
Origin of deconstruct
Examples from the Web for deconstruct
Former Senator and U.S. Envoy George Mitchell joins other top Washington players to deconstruct the shutdown crisis.
What if we could deconstruct a Lego block into more fundamental parts: the plastic, the adhesives, the coloring agent.
Thanks to the Internet, such assumptions may be easier to deconstruct than they used to be.Gingrich, Unlike Cain, Survives Because He Apologized for Cheating|Leslie Bennetts|December 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
1973, back-formation from deconstruction. Related: Deconstructed; deconstructing.