- erectile tissue,
- erecting prism,
- erector muscle of hair,
- erector muscle of spine,
- erector set,
Origin of erector
Examples from the Web for erector
A new form, devised by Mr. Stephenson, acts as an erector, and is very valuable for dissections.Marvels of Pond-life|Henry J. Slack
The erector rotating rams were controlled by a similar valve, with four spindles, also operated by a single hand-wheel.
If he erected the Memorial, he should have been described as "The Erector."
The erector muscles become paralyzed, and the organ remains inactive at the call of the will.Manhood Perfectly Restored|Unknown
Here, for the first time, an “erector arm” was used for placing the segments, which weighed about half a ton.
1530s, agent noun in Latin form from erect (v.).