unconstitutional

[ uhn-kon-sti-too-shuh-nl, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconstitutional

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This conclusion is unconstitutional, as it was not adopted unanimously.

It was unconstitutional to return the money which they had borrowed and used!

Do gentlemen claim it is unconstitutional to amend the Constitution?

The first took the ground that the bill was unconstitutional.

The plaintiff in error is not less interested in the operation of this unconstitutional law than if it affected his property.

But it has often been said by learned and good men that this law is unconstitutional.

Arthur vetoed it as unreasonable and unconstitutional in August, 1882.

They say that we have passed an unconstitutional law; we deny it.

But he hardly thought that even they would regard it as unconstitutional.

But nobody had then discovered that the law was unconstitutional.

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