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erected

[ ih-rek-tid ]
/ ɪˈrɛk tɪd /
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adjective
having been built:We crossed the river on a newly erected bridge and soon arrived at the intersection of two major trails.
having been raised or directed upward, or set in an upright or vertical position:Simply attach the door hinges to the erected walls and install the door.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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OTHER WORDS FROM erected

self-e·rect·ed, adjectiveun·e·rect·ed, adjectivewell-e·rect·ed, adjective
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