Related formsan·ti·con·sti·tu·tion·al·ist, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for constitutionalist
A constitutionalist libertarian, Rawles is strongly opposed to any federal regulations on dry ice bombs.
But then, as a true Democrat and constitutionalist, Mr. Obama decided to obtain congressional permission.
The incoming Constitutionalist president is General George Pulaski.
He discovers he is a "wealth creator" and begins to absorb the Constitutionalist philosophy.
Henry denied the woeful state of the country which the Constitutionalist speakers had pictured.The Life of John Marshall (Volume 1 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge
Its author is a constitutionalist, and treats the reign of Pius IX.
Mr. Sumner was an idealist—neither a constitutionalist nor a practical statesman.The Galaxy|Various
After the war he became editor of the Constitutionalist, published in Augusta, Ga., in which city he still resides.Campfire and Battlefield|Rossiter Johnson
His unlawful acts had called down upon his head the serious strictures of the Constitutionalist leaders.Janice Day|Helen Beecher Long