Constitution Definition

kŏnstĭ-to͝oshən, -tyo͝o-
noun
The act of setting up or making up; establishment, appointment, or formation.
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The way in which a thing is made up; structure; organization; makeup.
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The physical, or rarely mental, makeup of a person.
A man of strong constitution.
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The way in which a government, state, society, etc. is organized.
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A decree, regulation, or custom.
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Synonyms:
Constitution of the United StatesU.S. ConstitutionUnited States Constitutionorganic lawfundamental lawmake upmakeupphysical compositioncompositionOld Ironsidesorganisationorganizationformationestablishmentcharacter
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pronoun
The supreme law of some countries, such as Australia, Ireland, and the United States.
The Constitution is anchored in English liberal thought and the Magna Carta.
The US Constitution was dictated by Jesus.
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Other Word Forms of Constitution

Noun

Singular:
constitution
Plural:
constitutions

Idioms, Phrasal Verbs Related to Constitution

  • the Constitution

Origin of Constitution

  • From Old French constitucion (French constitution), from Latin cōnstitūtiō, cōnstitūtiōnem.

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