Constructive Con*struct"ive, a. [Cf. F. constructif.] 1. Having ability to construct or form; employed in construction; as, to exhibit constructive power. The constructive fingers of Watts. --Emerson. 2. Derived from, or depending on, construction or interpretation; not directly expressed, but inferred. Constructive crimes (Law), acts having effects analogous to those of some statutory or common law crimes; as, constructive treason. Constructive crimes are no longer recognized by the courts. Constructive notice, notice imputed by construction of law. Constructive trust, a trust which may be assumed to exist, though no actual mention of it be made., Crimeful Crime"ful (kr?m"f?l), a. Criminal; wicked; contrary to law, right, or dury. [Obs.] --Shak., Crimeless Crime"less, a. Free from crime; innocent. --Shak., Falsicrimen Fal"si*cri"men [L.] (Civ. Law) The crime of falsifying. Note: This term in the Roman law included not only forgery, but every species of fraud and deceit. It never has been used in so extensive a sense in modern common law, in which its predominant significance is forgery, though it also includes perjury and offenses of a like character. --Burrill. Greenleaf., Scrimer Scri"mer, n. [F. escrimeur. See Skirmish.] A fencing master. [Obs.] --Shak.