How to use Constitutional in a sentence as a noun

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.

Because not reading someone under arrest the Miranda warning is constitutionally irrelevant in and of itself.

Chavez holds that a persons constitutional rights are violated only if the prosecution tries to have the statement admitted in court.

Who gets to decide what is so evil that requires this special, and extra-constitutional, treatment?

How to use Constitutional in a sentence as an adjective

Sure, from a strictly legal standpoint, it isn't censorship or a constitutional issue, but at the same time, the "anything goes" attitude in places like 4chan and reddit allow for a lot of creative gems and interesting discussion.

We've passed constitutional amendments outlawing slavery, giving women the vote, and instituting civil rights.

My wife and I voted this morning in our busy precinct in Minnesota, where there are some tight statewide contests about constitutional amendments and perhaps the most contested race for our state's House of Representatives of any electoral district in our state.

Constitutional definitions


a regular walk taken as a form of exercise


of benefit to or intended to benefit your physical makeup; "constitutional walk"


sanctioned by or consistent with or operating under the law determining the fundamental political principles of a government; "the constitutional right of free speech"; "constitutional government"; "constitutional guarantees"


existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"

See also: built-in inbuilt inherent integral


constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup)

See also: organic