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  • constituent Dismay and disgust were unable to save it; the most that could be done was to gather in with tenderness of care its innumerable constituent parts and convey them into safer conditions, where a sad defeated piety has been able to re-edify them into some semblance of the original majesty.
  • constitute And since the unlearned could be truly served only by instruction in the fundamental truths of Christianity, the Catechism, according to Luther, was to constitute a chief part in these services.
  • constituted "If, at first, you don't succeed, mister," began Midshipman Trotter, who had constituted himself chief of the tormentors, "try, try some more."
  • constitution Still, one never knows; the climate or the journey may have changed their constitution."
  • constitutive For instance, simple spiritual beings, like the human soul, have no material cause, nor any formal cause or constitutive principle distinct from their essence.
  • Constituting As a matter of fact, less than one hundred persons owned seats or boroughs capable of constituting a majority in the Commons!
  • constitutes Yet, before all, it should be made clear that it constitutes a religious revival.