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Noun
Plural for the composition or structure of something
“A blacksmith was skilled in techniques used to identify a metal's constitution and properties.”
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Plural for characteristics or qualities forming the distinctive character of someone or something
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“Does justice demand that citizens be educated to suit the constitution of their society if that constitution supports cruelty and injustice?”
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Plural for one's mental or emotional nature or character
“A man of a calm constitution may seem to have more patience than another.”
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Plural for a person's physical state as regards to vitality, health, and strength
“A widespread saying in the country was that Japan used a cup of milk to strengthen the constitution of its people.”
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(somewhat rare) Plural for a person's or species' physical shape
“It is also conceivable that the balance could be tipped the other way so that the insect could not incarnate owing to some change in the plant's constitution.”
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Plural for a body of fundamental or governing principles or established precedents
“The draft for a European constitution is intended to codify these conditions.”
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Plural for an individual rule as part of a system of law or doctrine
“This Parliament nevertheless voted for a constitution against the opposition of Quebec.”
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Plural for the creation or forming of
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Plural for the feel or characteristics of a surface or object
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Plural for an attribute of a thing or person
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Plural for a rule, law or statute, typically in an organized collection
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Plural for the characteristic of being hearty
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Plural for the intrinsic nature or quality of something, especially abstract, which determines its character
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Plural for a group of people or things in a particular arrangement or pattern
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Plural for the creation or beginning of something
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Plural for an outline or image universally applicable to a general conception
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Plural for the biological law by which living beings tend to repeat their characteristics in their descendants
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Plural for deep awareness of the suffering of another, usually coupled with the wish to relieve it
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Plural for a natural or intuitive way of acting or thinking
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Plural for the quality of someone's character or the level of their ability
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