U.S. Constitution

NOUN
  1. the constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and subsequently ratified by the original thirteen states
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How To Use U.S. Constitution In A Sentence

  • Cashing a check, getting on an airplane, and buying a nasal decongestant are not similarly enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. Katie O'Connor: Lions and Tigers and Fraud, Oh My! Secretary of State Kris Kobach Is at It Again
  • It can be effected by opening the U.S. Mint to the free and unlimited coinage of gold, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution.
  • Fiercely secular, John Quincy Adams took his oath on a book of laws containing the U.S. Constitution.
  • Article II, Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution says the president “shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint high government officials.”
  • The U.S. Constitution specifically prohibited the European practice of quartering soldiers in private homes.
  • In 1787, shortly after the Philadelphia convention adjourned, James Madison sent a copy of the new U.S. Constitution to his friend and mentor, Thomas Jefferson, then American ambassador to France.
  • Obviously, if the United States Navy hanged some eyepatched peglegged blackguard from the yardarm or made him walk the plank, pious senators would rise to denounce an America that no longer lived up to its highest ideals, and the network talking-heads would argue that Plankgate was recruiting more and more young men to the pirates 'cause, and judges would rule that pirates were entitled to the protections of the U.S. constitution and that their peglegs had to be replaced by high-tech prosthetic limbs at taxpayer expense. CRUSADER RABBIT
  • And it is time for him to stop sputtering ill-tempered threats, not only at the judiciary but also at the U.S. Constitution, which he repeatedly has sworn an oath to uphold.
  • a clause in the U.S. constitution prevents sitting legislators from receiving emoluments from their own votes
  • The U.S. Constitution promises freedom of religion.
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