All Verb Noun
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  • It erects its head again in the morning, and this process is repeated every day during the year. Cited from Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose, by Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose
  • He has five or six long narrow black feathers on the back of his head, which he erects at pleasure. Cited from Wanderings In South America, by Charles Waterton
  • With his fifth move, White erects a massive centre at the price of falling behind in development.
  • Every year the town erects a public Christmas tree and every child, local or visitor, is given a present.
  • The group erects street signs giving the Palestinian history of the street or area they are in.
  • Monopolies of this kind are properly established against the very nation which erects them. Cited from Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith
  • He erects a memorial for her in his house.
  • He then erects the main wall within the moat, and then another perimeter wall outside of it.
  • But here the point of interrogation, already encountered elsewhere, erects itself once again. Cited from Social Life in the Insect World, by J. H. Fabre
  • Again the poor beast erects his head -- if he can only reach yon coppice he is safe. Cited from The Lancashire Witches, by William Harrison Ainsworth
  • The bird erects every available feather upon its person. Cited from The Virginian, Horseman Of The Plains, Owen Wister
  • Every man who loses a horse erects a stone. Cited from The Foundations of Japan, by J.W. Robertson Scott
  • Using his newfound power, he erects a tower with six guards.
  • Is only that man successful who erects a material monument of greatness by the enforcement of his ideas? Cited from A Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee, by John Esten Cooke
  • He erects a huge crucifix and orders all, well and ill, out in procession. Cited from Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut
  • If a man builds a cathedral or erects a monument in a public place, then people begin to seek him out. Cited from The Precipice, by Ivan Goncharov
  • It erects one thin, tall stem which may approach a meter in height.
  • The general idea is that the penis erects as the bridge rises to allow traffic to pass through.
  • When two men are building an igloo, one cuts the blocks and the other erects the walls. Cited from Schwatka's Search, by William H. Gilder
  • He erects a force field around the area with his tractor beam device and assumes control of the ship.
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Root form of erects is erect for the verb.

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