Not in accord with the principles set forth in the constitution of a nation or state.(adjective)
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Use "unconstitutional" in a sentence
"Some Oath Keeper sheriff candidates say their actual work would be done in smaller and simpler ways: taking a stand against what they call unconstitutional traffic light cameras, random checkpoints where police check drivers for drinking or any other issue, and abuse of police power."
"By 2008, Bachmann laments, the Bush administration "was embracing a kind of 'bailout socialism'" by pushing the TARP bank rescue, which she calls an unconstitutional "$700 billion blank check.""
"Bachmann: Wants to abolish Education Department, which she calls unconstitutional."