Definition of "constitutionalist" [con•sti•tu•tion•al•ist]
A person who adheres to the philosophy of constitutionalism.(noun)
Of or relating to constitutionalism or its adherents.(adjective)
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Use "constitutionalist" in a sentence
"A Christian Right whose political agenda cannot be squared with - and is a formal rejection of - the Sermon on the Mount, and a Tea Party calling itself 'constitutionalist' - whose agenda cannot be squared, no matter how many tri-cornered hats they wear - with the Constitution of the United States."
"I used to be as big of a liberal as I am now a conservative actually a libertarian known as a constitutionalist- until I got exposed to life and the real world and found out that it was up to me."
"Ron Paul, a Republican from Texas, has been described as a constitutionalist, libertarian, classic liberal, and a classic conservative."