Definition of Reconstructors

1. Noun. (plural of reconstructor) ¹



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Definition of Reconstructors

1. reconstructor [n] - See also: reconstructor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconstructors

reconstructed languages
reconstructible
reconstructing
reconstruction
reconstructions
reconstructive
reconstructive mammaplasty
reconstructive memory
reconstructive psychotherapy
reconstructive surgery
reconstructive surgical procedures
reconstructivism
reconstructivist
reconstructivists
reconstructor
reconstructors (current term)
reconstructs
reconsult
reconsulted
reconsulting
reconsults
recontact
recontacted
recontacting
recontacts
recontaminate
recontaminated
recontaminates
recontaminating
recontamination

Literary usage of Reconstructors

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1. Lives of the Founders of the British Museum: With Notices of Its Chief by Wdward Edwards (1884)
"reconstructors AND PROJECTORS. ' What do we, as a nation, care about books ? How much do you think we spend altogether on our Libraries, public or private, ..."

2. Initiation Into Philosophy by Emile Faguet, Home Seton Charles Montagu Gordon (1914)
"CHAPTER VII THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: GERMANY The Great reconstructors of the World, Analogous to the First Philosophers of Antiquity. ..."

3. Chemically pure hypophosphites: Therapeutical Indications with Clinical Data by Robert Winslow Gardner (1899)
"... profession has never failed to appreciate the remedies which favor and promote tissue building, which are, in fact, constructors and reconstructors. ..."

4. Religion Without God and God Without Religion by William Arthur (1885)
"In fact, the founder of Mr. Harrison's religion was one of the many reconstructors of society, artificially hatched in the hot embers left behind by the ..."

5. The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind by Herbert George Wells (1922)
"... it is to be noted, the only one of these four reconstructors of the world who could understand and speak both French and English. ..."

6. Under Western Eyes by Joseph Conrad (1911)
"Let the tyrants and the slayers be forgotten together, and only the reconstructors be remembered. ..."

7. The North American Review by Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge (1891)
"The reconstructors after the war disregarded the balance of the local forces they found in the South, too readily believing that federal law would prevail ..."

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