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constitutioncon`sti*tu"tion (?), n. [f. constitution, l. constitute.] 1. the act or process of constituting; the action of enacting, establishing, or appointing; enactment; establishment; formation. 2. the state of being; that form of being, or structure and connection of parts, which constitutes and characterizes a system or body; natural condition; structure; texture; conformation. the physical constitution of the sun. herschel. 3. the aggregate of all one's inherited physical qualities; the aggregate of the vital powers of an individual, with reference to ability to endure hardship, resist disease, etc.; as, a robust constitution. our constitutions have never been enfeebled by the vices or luxuries of the old world. 4. the aggregate of mental qualities; temperament. he defended himself with less passion than was expected from his constitution. 5. the fundamental, organic law or principles of government of men, embodied in written documents, or implied in the institutions and usages of the country or society; also, a written instrument embodying such organic law, and laying down fundamental rules and principles for the conduct of affairs. our constitution had begun to exist in times when statesmen were not much accustomed to frame exact definitions.note: in england the constitution is unwritten, and may be modified from time to time by act of parliament. in the united states a constitution cannot ordinarily be modified, exept through such processes as the constitution itself ordains. 6. an authoritative ordinance, regulation or enactment; especially, one made by a roman emperor, or one affecting ecclesiastical doctrine or discipline; as, the constitutions of justinian. the positive constitutions of our own churches. a constitution of valentinian addressed to olybrius, then prefect of rome, for the regulation of the conduct of advocates. --george long.   similar words(2) 

 united states constitution  constitution of the united states 

(n.)

The state of being; that form of being, or structure and connection of parts, which constitutes and characterizes a system or body; natural condition; structure; texture; conformation.  

(n.)

The fundamental, organic law or principles of government of men, embodied in written documents, or implied in the institutions and usages of the country or society; also, a written instrument embodying such organic law, and laying down fundamental rules and principles for the conduct of affairs.  

(n.)

The aggregate of mental qualities; temperament.  

(n.)

The aggregate of all one's inherited physical qualities; the aggregate of the vital powers of an individual, with reference to ability to endure hardship, resist disease, etc.; as, a robust constitution.  

(n.)

The act or process of constituting; the action of enacting, establishing, or appointing; enactment; establishment; formation.  

(n.)

An authoritative ordinance, regulation or enactment; especially, one made by a roman emperor, or one affecting ecclesiastical doctrine or discipline; as, the constitutions of Justinian.  

Noun1. 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 (synonym) old ironsides (hypernym) frigate

Noun1. law determining the fundamental political principles of a government (synonym) fundamental law, organic law (hypernym) law (hyponym) united states Constitution, constitution of the united states (derivation) constitutionalize (classification) law, jurisprudence2. the act of forming something; "the constitution of a pta group last year"; "it was the establishment of his reputation"; "he still remembers the organization of the club" (synonym) establishment, formation, organization, organisation (hypernym) beginning, start, commencement (hyponym) unionization, unionisation (derivation) establish, found, plant, constitute, institute3. the way in which someone or something is composed (synonym) composition, makeup (hypernym) property (hyponym) structure (derivation) form, constitute, make

Cyseiliad = n. constitution

the basic law or laws of a nation or a state which sets out how that state will be organized by deciding the powers and authorities of government between different political units, and by stating and the basic principles of society - (read more on Constitution)  

the fundamental principles of law by which a government iscreated and a country is administered. In western democratic theory, a mandatefrom the people in their sovereign capacity, concerning how they shall begoverned. It is distinguished from a statute, which is a rule decided bylegislative representatives and subject to limitations of the Constitution.

the fundamental law of the state, containing the principles upon which the government is founded and regulating the divisions of the sovereign powers, directing to what persons each of these powers is to be confided and the manner it is to be exercised. E.g., the constitution of the united States.The words constitution and government are sometimes employed to express the same idea; the manner in which sovereignty is exercised in each state. constitution is also the name of the instrument containing the fundamental laws of the state.By constitution, the common law writers mean some particular law; such as the constitutions of the emperors contained in the Code.Contracts. the constitution of a contract is the making of the contract. E.g., the written constitution of a debt.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

A constitution is a system for governance, often codified as a written document, that establishes the rules and principles of an autonomous political entity. In the case of countries, this term refers specifically to a national constitution defining the fundamental political principles, and establishing the structure, procedures, powers and duties, of a government. most national constitutions also guarantee certain rights to the people. Historically, before the evolution of modern-style, codified national constitutions, the term constitution could be applied to any important law that governed the functioning of a government.

A document describing the governing principles of a nation or organization, as well as the rights and responsibilities of individuals. the difference between the constitution and law is only one of degree; the constitution describes very general principles, rights and responsibilities; the law describes highly specific ones.

An act of establishing by pointing to the fundamental components, procedures, laws or forms of organization that a system must necessarily possess for it to be of a certain kind. So, the electoral process which determines the membership and composition of a governing group constitutes that government as a representative one. organizational closure (and several other requirements) constitutes a system as an autopoietic one. "Self-definition" is a synonym for "constitution." In politics a "declaration of independence" or a formal "constitution" has this effect. In D'Arcy Thompson's principle that growth creates form, but form limits growth," growth and form constitute each other. (Krippendorff )

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