noun, U.S. Furniture.
an oblong Chippendale mirror, usually of mahogany or walnut with gilt detail, having a frame with a fanciful outline emphasized by a raised molding that is topped with a scrolled broken pediment with a central finial, often in the form of a bird.
noun 1. the fundamental or organic law of the U.S., framed in 1787 by the Constitutional Convention. It went into effect March 4, 1789.
noun 1. Connecticut (used as a nickname).
[kon-sti-too-tiv, -tyoo-] /ˈkɒn stɪˌtu tɪv, -ˌtyu-/ adjective 1. constituent; making a thing what it is; essential. 2. having power to establish or enact. 3. Physics, Chemistry. pertaining to a molecular property determined primarily by the arrangement of atoms in the molecule rather than by their nature or number. /ˈkɒnstɪˌtjuːtɪv/ adjective 1. having power to enact, […]
1. . 2. construed. construction