- in respect to physical makeup: He is constitutionally fitted for heavy labor.
- in respect to mental or emotional makeup: constitutionally unable to speak before an audience.
- with respect to a constitution: constitutionally invalid law.
Origin of constitutionally
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Examples from the Web for constitutionally
Like it or not, religious reasons for an act are constitutionally different from non-religious ones.Catholic Church: Religious Freedom Trumps Civil Rights
November 23, 2014
No matter how constitutionally suspect, how costly, how slapdash, or how disappointing a grand policy might be, well, they tried.Our Lame Cult of the Presidency
October 14, 2014
But he is said to have kept to his constitutionally guaranteed right to remain silent when it comes to Graham.Alleged U.Va. Abductor Accused of Rape at Christian College
September 28, 2014
Religion, unlike racism, is constitutionally protected, and opposition to gay marriage has deep religious roots.Opposing Gay Marriage Doesn’t Make You a Crypto-Racist
April 24, 2014
Maybe we the people can, constitutionally, figure out things for ourselves and/or just leave each other the hell alone.P.J. O’Rourke: Who Really Actually Wants This Bill of Rights?
P. J. O’Rourke
April 12, 2014
Constitutionally, they turned upon the obligations of citizenship.'Tis Sixty Years Since
Charles Francis Adams
For the Assistant Commissioner was not constitutionally inclined to levity.The Secret Agent
But it may be that I am constitutionally insensible to the virtues of a cocked-hat.The Uncommercial Traveller
For Khalid like myself is constitutionally incapable of denying God.The Book of Khalid
How cloistered and constitutionally sequestered from the market and from scandal!Essays, Second Series
Ralph Waldo Emerson