Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of erected in English
UK /ɪˈrekt /
US /ɪˈrekt /
- See also erect
Past simple and past participle of erect
An erect stance
To erect a flagpole
Goscombe John was erected in 1896.
A new mansion was erected in 1803.
The war memorial was erected in 1950.
"We could say that love is a tenacious adventure. The adventurous side is necessary, but equally so is the need for tenacity. To give up at the first hurdle, the first quarrel, is only to distort love. Real love is one that triumphs lastingly, sometimes painfully, over the hurdles erected by time, space and the world."
"When you're feeling unwell, remember that the same power that actually made your body knows how to restore it to its original state of well-being. All you have to do is remove the obstacles erected by you and your toxic world, and allow this healing power to flow through you."
"For most of the world, there's no greater symbol of America than the Statue of Liberty. It has been an inspiration to generations of immigrants. One of these immigrants was a poet-writer named Ameen Rihani. Gazing at her lamp held high, he wondered whether her sister might be erected in the lands of his Arab forefathers. Here is how he put it: "When will you turn your face toward the East, oh Liberty?""
"[Audubon's works are] the most splendid monuments which art has erected in honor of ornithology."
"Hypotheses are the scaffolds which are erected in front of a building and removedd when the building is completed. They are indispensable to the worker; but the worker must not mistake the scaffolding for the building."