Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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It constitutes their best accomplishment, and their most shining ornament.

Because man, in so far as he is a part of nature, constitutes a part of the power of nature.

It is the use we make of the powers entrusted to us, which constitutes our only just claim to respect.

It is man who constitutes the changing, the experimenting, sex.

Nevertheless it constitutes the chief glory of the Sevillians.

But to define what constitutes happiness is very difficult, she replied.

It is, perhaps, what constitutes the ethereal condition of love.

The lofty nest, or Termitarium, constitutes a hillock in the form of a cupola.

Let us see what constitutes infidelity, irrespective of marriage.

But neither of these constitutes a specific difference of the kind we are in search of.