How to use Constitution in a sentence as a noun

Also, it is not authorized by the constitution, and thus every act of seizure under it is criminal act.

And so it's just common sense that any such broad-based operations that might be perceived as impacting our constitutional rights should be the subject of broad public debate.

Don't we need a common-sense refresh to the wording of our laws and potentially our constitution as it pertains to how we now rely upon 3rd parties?

Well, yes, if you get pedantic about it, the constitution is really kind of a greatest-hits mix tape of English Law.

Re-working the constitution has been on the agenda in Iceland for the last 10 years with various committees putting forth suggestions.

" You get older, you learn that in this country we define that phrase based on the constitution.

It may be inconvenient to be restrained by the constitution, but violating it seems the policy equivalent of selling one's soul to the *****.

Sure it would be lighting the constitution fire, tearing it, vaporizing the pieces and throwing them in a volcano.

Further, this is also why the federal government has no enumerated power to criminalize *****, but states do based on their state constitutions.

So right off the bat, legal analysts are confident it's unconstitutional.

Constitution definitions

noun

law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

noun

the act of forming or establishing something; "the constitution of a PTA group last year"; "it was the establishment of his reputation"; "he still remembers the organization of the club"

See also: establishment formation organization organisation

noun

the constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and subsequently ratified by the original thirteen states

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noun

the way in which someone or something is composed

See also: composition makeup make-up

noun

a United States 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the United States; it won brilliant victories over British frigates during the War of 1812 and is without doubt the most famous ship in the history of the United States Navy; it has been rebuilt and is anchored in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston

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