Webster 1913 Edition
Having ability to construct or form; employed in construction;
as, to exhibit.
constructivefingers of Watts.
Derived from, or depending on, construction, inference, or interpretation; not directly expressed, but inferred.
acts having effects analogous to those of some statutory or common law crimes; as, constructive treason. Constructive crimes are no longer recognized by the courts.–
notice imputed by construction of law.–
a trust which may be assumed to exist, though no actual mention of it be made.
Webster 1828 Edition
Stipulations, expressed or implied, formal or constructive.