Definition of Deconstructions

1. Noun. (plural of deconstruction) ¹



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Definition of Deconstructions

1. deconstruction [n] - See also: deconstruction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deconstructions

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deconsecrating
deconsecration
deconsecrations
deconsolidation
deconsolidations
deconstruct
deconstructable
deconstructed
deconstructing
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deconstructionist
deconstructionists
deconstructions (current term)
deconstructive
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decontaminate
decontaminated
decontaminates
decontaminating
decontamination

Literary usage of Deconstructions

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1. Reality Checks: Teaching Reading Comprehension with Nonfiction by Tony Stead (2006)
"We alerted both boys to their deconstructions to show them where they had incorrectly taken notes from the author's information. With this new learning in ..."

2. The Socius of Architecture: Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York by Ad Graafland (2000)
"However, one thing is certain: the sublime is no longer bound to deconstructions, which have since become patterns. They have become the innocent spouts and ..."

3. Architectural Bodies by Ad Graafland, Michael Speaks (1996)
"A semiotic analysis shares an important tangent plane with Derrida's textual deconstructions. Kristeva notes that her use of the semiotic is related to what ..."

4. The Battle Over Britain by Philip Dodd (1995)
"And it is important to say that these deconstructions have come from what have been traditionally both left and right. Take the Second World War as an ..."

5. Globalization on Trial: The Human Condition and the Information Civilizationby Farhang Rajaee by Farhang Rajaee (2000)
"The most radical of these deconstructions is that of the authority of the state as the final arbiter for citizens, which has occurred to such an extent that ..."

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