use constitute in a sentence.
So what constitutes odd behavior?
What exactly constitutes 'success' tho?
How does this constitute abuse?
What constitutes trivial DNA damage?
Does that constitute financial advice?
I think that difficult part constitutes fiddling.
Define what constitutes a finished product.
I don't think it constitutes as fraud.
Payment in this case constitutes agreement.
The question is about what constitutes a startup, not what constitutes success.
Perhaps reading hacker news constitutes part of superjared's workday?
So to summarize - This wouldn't constitute trademark infringement.
That constitutes an appropriate use of the word "orthogonal".
What would you say constitutes good pay in California?
A move to github doesn't constitute a fork, though, does it?
I'm curious what constitutes mastery in English for you.
I'm pretty sure rape constitutes being held against one's will.
One anecdote does not constitute "...
But there are strings attached, which somehow constitutes "force.