Today's Word "constitutional"

Walk taken for health on

Published in Vocabulary

constitutional \kon-stih-TOO-shuhn-uhl; -TYOO-\ (noun) - A walk taken for one's health.

"A wise physician does not simply give a tonic for a diseased limb, or a high fever; the patient might be dead before the constitutional remedy could become effective." -- Charles Waddell Chesnutt, 'The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories'


A constitutional is so called because it is taken for the benefit of one's constitution.



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