Looking for sentences or phrases with the word construe? Here are some examples.
The other knights construe this as treachery and a declaration of war.
Some Hindus construe this notion of polytheism in the sense of polymorphism—one God with many forms or names.
Coke's meaning has been disputed over the years, for example by scholars who contend that Coke only meant to construe a statute without challenging Parliamentary sovereignty.
According to one interpretation, Coke intended the kind of judicial review that would later develop in the United States, but other scholars believe that Coke meant only to construe a statute, not to challenge parliamentary sovereignty.
Bricklin and Frankston did not patent their invention, which some could construe as being an ethical decision in itself.
To do so would be undiplomatic towards China, although Mr Rudd's critics presumably wouldn't construe this as subservience.
It's just that many of them construe the concept differently.
For me, the work of the church and the gospel of Christ is supremely more important than anything I might construe as my rights.