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adjective as in constituent

adjective as in making

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Half of one of our major political parties, constituting many millions of citizens, barely has a voice in Washington.

Despite constituting only a fraction of the Egyptian population, many rose to positions of the highest prominence.

The Torah considers most enemies as constituting the first category.

The University of Pennsylvania is publicizing 21 events constituting the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

CNN says the youth vote is at the same levels as 2008, constituting 18 percent of the total vote.

The tubes constituting the condenser and inner tube of the air-vessel may in all cases be 1/8th of an inch thick.

He studied law at Paris under Derville the attorney, this constituting all his course.

However, he and I remained friends, and from him I have most of the facts constituting this story.

And this “hill” is associated with a movement constituting one of the rugged points in our history.

Names become commercial property in Paris, and have ended by constituting a sort of ensign of nobility.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to constituting, such as: basic, combining, composing, division, essential, and factor.

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