a school of thought postulating that the personality of an individual is dependent on the type of his physique (somatotype)
- Constitutional reaction
constitutional reaction n.
- Constitutional strike
noun 1. a stoppage of work by the workforce of an organization, with the approval of the trade union concerned, in accordance with the dispute procedure laid down in a collective agreement between the parties
- Constitutional symptom
constitutional symptom n. A symptom indicating that a disease or disorder is affecting the whole body.
noun 1. an American banjo clock having depicted on its lower part the battle in the War of 1812 between the U.S. frigate Constitution and the British frigate Guerrière.
noun, U.S. History. 1. the political party formed in 1859 chiefly by former Whigs to rally moderates desirous of preserving the Union. In 1860 it nominated John Bell for president and Edward Everett for vice president.