1. Of, pertaining to, or obtained by construction.
    • 1862 Alexander Penrose Forbes -Sermons on the grace of God and other cognate subjects
      What mortal conception of constructional power and grace can equal the gothic cathedral of the middle age, in which we see a proportion and a delicacy . . .
    • 1869 The universal decorator
      No other constructional features projecting from the walls occur in any of these buildings, with the single exception of buttresses

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