constituency[ kuh n-stich-oo-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF constituency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSTITUENCY
The constituency of the grog seller is the ready made tool of the demagogue.
Among the first was that from Medland's own constituency: he was beaten by above a hundred votes.
He read, and read correctly, too, the constituency to which he was about to appeal.
And if he asperses the character of this constituency, I stand here to defend it!
"Not two-thirds of the constituency will poll," murmured Levy, looking at his watch.
They are as frank, loyal, and straightforward a constituency as any in England.
No, the constituency I desire you should cultivate is one of pure Englishmen.
But also the constituency determines the vote of the representative.
Reported that Sir Henry was invited to represent a Constituency!
The constituency of the county, after revision of the lists, amounted to 8,283—viz.