VERASTRUCT v. n. adj. — latin veritas “truth," struere “to pile, build.” 

1. truth grows.

2. metaxy wherein the natural order and its processes are better than artificial progress, sciences, and technologies, e.g. humanism.

3. era, circa 2050–2100 CE. 

Usage:

Verastruct represented a cultural shift in metaphysics towards strict sensory logos.

Jeff verastructed his house by growing poplar trees as support beams.

Mary often talked to plants because of her verastruct disposition.