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adjective as in provided for by law

adjective as in being in the nature of a person or thing

noun as in walk taken for health benefit

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Ultimately, though, neither side finds a compromise and we find ourselves in the midst of a full-blown constitutional crisis.

This year, what stumped Hutchins, despite all his resourcefulness, was how he was going to exercise his basic constitutional right to vote during a pandemic.

Paul, from next-door Kentucky, even cut an ad for Sethi asking voters to back “the constitutional conservative Tennessee deserves.”

Because there was a whole movement in constitutional law, to de-center courts.

From just a narrowly constitutional perspective, he does seem less aggressive than his predecessors.

These matters are not mere threats to abstract constitutional principles.

Actually, the guessing game is over; the weddings have begun, as have weird attempts to circumvent our constitutional democracy.

She fails to appreciate the congressional and constitutional obstacles Johnson had to overcome to win passage of the bill.

Of course, police have constitutional rights to express themselves.

The constitutional problem with this ruling, experts say, is that it places an extra burden on women for being pregnant.

The man did not live, nor could the occasion arrive, which would quicken his constitutional drawl.

It was commonly thought in America that Mr. Adams, although not a judge, had a singular gift for constitutional interpretation.

But he would not, with his build and constitutional habit, last out here for one fortnight.

Kilkelly was a busy, but never seemed an overworked man, due I suppose to some constitutional quality he enjoyed.

The three plodded on, taking a diligent constitutional walk, exchanging very few words, and those chiefly between the girls.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to constitutional, such as: democratic, lawful, legal, statutory, representative, and approved.

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