[ verb ] construct, build, or erect
"Raise a barn"
Used in print("Editorials"...)
In 1899 , Parliament erected a statue to Cromwell in Westminster , facing Whitehall and there , presumably , he still stands .(R. P. Jerrard, "Inscribed squares in plane curves"...)
On C , from the point P at **f to the point Q at **f , we construct the chord , and upon the chord as a side erect a square in such a way that as s approaches zero the square is inside C .
We erect a square with PQ as a side and with free corners **f and **f adjacent to P and Q respectively .(Jim Berry Pearson, The Maxwell Land Grant....)
Pels also sent a check for $ 100 to Russell 's widow and had a white marble monument erected on his grave .(Edwin L. Bigelow and Nancy H. Otis,...)
In 1918 the New_England_Telephone_Company began erecting a building to house its operations on the corner of U._S._Rte._7 and what is now Memorial_Avenue at Manchester_Center .
[ adjective ] upright in position or posture
"an erect stature" "erect flower stalks" "for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression" "a column still vertical amid the ruins" "he sat bolt upright"
Used in print(Bruce Palmer, "My Brother's Keeper", Many Are...)
He stood stiffly erect , clutching the staff , his body half hidden by the limp cloth .
Watson glanced briefly at him , seeing only a body rigidly erect behind the languid banner .
The third crawling man forced himself erect .