deconstructed

Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of deconstruct.

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Examples

  • His talent with what I can best describe as a deconstructed large spinning Duncan butterfly yo-yo-on-a-string I'm sure there's a technical term that escapes me should be an Olympic sport, if it's not already.

    Charles Karel Bouley: Traces: Cirque of the Street

  • His talent with what I can best describe as a deconstructed large spinning Duncan butterfly yo-yo-on-a-string I'm sure there's a technical term that escapes me should be an Olympic sport, if it's not already.

    Charles Karel Bouley: Traces: Cirque of the Street

  • It is quite clear to me that you have no idea what the word deconstructed means.

    The Deconstruction of Women's Clothing

  • Every movement of the visiting Pitar would be scrutinized, every word deconstructed, every shift in expression analyzed.

    Dirge

  • Every movement of the visiting Pitar would be scrutinized, every word deconstructed, every shift in expression analyzed.

    Dirge

  • James Everest and Joel Pickard's original score includes pedal steel guitar in a style the musicians describe as "deconstructed country."

    chron.com Chronicle

  • The editors must have also had a wail of a time charting the decline of the relationship between Wayne and fellow-contestant Jayne, a foody perfectionist who served up a dessert called deconstructed banoffee pie with gold.

    HX News and Sport

  • You know, like when a fancy schmancy chef says his dish is called deconstructed hamburger, and it's raw meat and cheese sitting on some whole grains.

    The Chief Source Photography

  • The editors must have also had a wail of a time charting the decline of the relationship between Wayne and fellow-contestant Jayne, a foody perfectionist who served up a dessert called deconstructed banoffee pie with gold.

    HX News and Sport

  • At El Bulli your cocktail may be a "deconstructed" martini: a small, wobbly olive-green sphere filled with the essence of olive and served on a spoon, accompanied by gin and vermouth spritzed on your tongue.

    Putting on Airs

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