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used in 1776

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a part of something

generally used in the specific sense of someone who is represented by another — especially a voter represented by a politician
  • Howe, a member of Parliament and a Whig, had earlier told his Nottingham constituents that if it came to war in America and he were offered a command, he would decline.
    p. 7.2

There are no more uses of "constituent" in 1776.

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