constitute[ kon-sti-toot, -tyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF constitute
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They will constitute one of the most striking pages in the history of our times.
What need we then to constitute a court, except a fool and a laureate?
The Vaisyas, who constitute the third caste, issued from Brahma's belly.
But such abuses do not constitute promiscuity, as Lubbock maintains.
In fact, in such a social state, polygyny can only constitute an exception.
The right of indemnity does not, however, constitute the principal point.
It seems they constitute an overwhelming charge against him.
Buttermilk whey sweetened with honey, or an infusion of marshmallow roots, ought to constitute the whole of the patient's drink.
The measure of the individual is the measure of what should constitute his success.
Is that you constitute me your partner, with an equal share in the profits of your company.