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  • After the election the seven Constitutionalist candidates who were elected did not act or vote as a group.
  • He adopted the term 'Constitutionalist' to describe himself during the by-election campaign.
  • Nevertheless, he became the country's most important civilian and constitutionalist leader, with a growing following.
  • Throughout American history, there have been other constitutionalist revivals in opposition to various government actions.
  • The constitutionalist movement of Iran began here in the late 19th century.
  • Associations formed by its alumni played a major role in the early constitutionalist movement in the country.
  • I was a member of the Society of the Blue Fifty, a constitutionalist. Cited from The Man from Home, by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson
  • He was a constitutionalist of the British, not of the French type. Cited from A Popular History of Ireland V2, by T.D. McGee
  • On Irish platforms he often spoke of insurrection though he remained a constitutionalist at heart.
  • He stood at this election under the Constitutionalist label but after the election re-took the Liberal whip.
  • However, there was no actual party called the Constitutionalist Party.
  • Constitutionalist was also a label used by some independent candidates in UK general elections in the early 1920s.
  • During the following years the number of anarchists in the party dropped by about half and more conservative-oriented and constitutionalist members joined.
  • Constitutionalist forces continued to hound him until he was defeated in battle in April 1915.
  • After the by-election Churchill continued to use the term and talked about setting up a Constitutionalist Party.
  • Constitutionalist was a label used by some anti-socialist candidates in UK general elections in the early 1920s.
  • His uncompromising conservative, constitutionalist views may have hurt him among moderate voters in both parties.
  • Mammoth Valley was the site of a planned constitutionalist community in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
  • After the election the seven Constitutionalist candidates, including Churchill, who were elected did not act or vote as a group.
  • His record shows he was no foe of aristocracy, and should be considered a whig constitutionalist.
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Meaning of Constitutionalist

  • noun An advocate of constitutional government