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unconstitutionaladjective

uk   /ʌnˌkɒn.stɪˈtʃuː.ʃən.əl/ us   /ʌnˌkɑːn.stɪˈtuː.ʃən.əl/
not allowed by the constitution (= set of rules for government) of a country or organization: Changing the law in this way would be unconstitutional.
unconstitutionally
adverb uk   /ʌnˌkɒn.stɪˈtʃuː.ʃən.əl.i/ us   /ʌnˌkɑːn.stɪˈtuː.ʃən.əl.i/
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unconstitutionaladjective [not gradable]

us   /ˌʌnˌkɑn·stəˈtu·ʃə·nəl/
social studies not allowed by the constitution (= set of political principles) of a country or organization
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