Under Construction



  1. Morally correct
    • – can a profitable business be ethical?
  2. Of or relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge dealing with these,
    • – ethical issues in nursing
    •  ethical churchgoing men
  3. (of a medicine) Legally available only on a doctor’s prescription and usually not advertised to the general public





constructed, past participle; constructing, present participle; constructed, past tense; constructs, 3rd person singular present;

  1. Build or erect (something, typically a building, road, or machine)
    • – a company that constructs oil rigs
  2. Form (an idea or theory) by bringing together various conceptual elements, typically over a period of time
    1. – Ptolemy combined his interests to construct a theory in support of Aristotle
  3. Form (a sentence) according to grammatical rules
    • – Draw or delineate (a geometric figure) accurately to given conditions


  1. An idea or theory containing various conceptual elements, typically one considered to be subjective and not based on empirical evidence
    • – history is largely an ideological construct
  2. A group of words forming a phrase
  3. A physical thing that is deliberately built or formed