constitutionalise

constitutionalize

[kon-sti-too-shuh-nl-ahyz, -tyoo-]
verb (used with object), constitutionalized, constitutionalizing.
1.
to incorporate in a constitution; make constitutional.
2.
to provide a constitution for.
Also, especially British, constitutionalise.


Origin:
1825–35; constitutional + -ize

constitutionalization, noun
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constitutionalise

verb
incorporate into a constitution, make constitutional; "A woman's right to an abortion was constitutionalized in the 1970's" [syn: constitutionalize
constitutionalize

verb
1. provide with a constitution, as of a country; "The United States were constitutionalized in the late 18th century" 
2. take a walk for one's health or to aid digestion, as after a meal; "A good way of exercising is to constitutionalize" 
3. incorporate into a constitution, make constitutional; "A woman's right to an abortion was constitutionalized in the 1970's" 
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