This is particularly true for younger voters, who now constitute the most dovish segment of the population.
No longer does it constitute a reliable, middle class-based alternative to the corporatist mindset of the Republicans.
The indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks on Gaza constitute a war crime.
While women make up half of all university students, they constitute less than 25 percent of the workforce.
Among the mass of delusions that constitute the worldview of the Republican Party, one has recently come to the fore.
Collectively they constitute, for consultation, the general manager's staff.
They will constitute one of the most striking pages in the history of our times.
A juicy pulp encloses a double membrane, or endocarp, and within the latter are the seeds which constitute the coffee of commerce.
What need we then to constitute a court, except a fool and a laureate?
The infinitesimal educated minority do not constitute the population of India.
mid-15c., verb use of adjective constitute, "made up, formed" (late 14c.), from Latin constitutus "arranged, settled," past participle adjective from constituere "to cause to stand, set up, fix, place, establish, set in order; form something new; resolve," of persons, "to appoint to an office," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + statuere "to set," from PIE root *sta- "to stand," with derivatives meaning "place or thing that is standing" (see stet). Related: Constituted; constituting.