the past tense form of the word construct, it means to build in the past tense
This type of event is where you build a deck at home, and then bring it with you to play at the tournament. It is a good idea to have a pre-typed decklist to bring with you for registration.
built, formed, or devised by fitting parts or elements together systematically
a constructed cap has buckram backing.
Crown of a cap has Buckram to give the cap shape even when it is not being worn.
This term is used to describe a piece that doesn't use any special techniques, like repoussé or filigree, for instance.
1. Hand made in parts and assembled to form a whole. 2. Not cast.