There are many words that represent the Constitiution. One of these words is Freedom. The Definition of Freedom is: the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint. The word freedom represents the Constitution by the people writing it, because the important people who created Constitution aimed to express the act of freedom throughout the Constituion. Also, the word freedom represents the Constitution by the contents of the Constitution, because they express freedom by stating goals that intend to express freedom. For example, the sixth goal of the Constitution, "Secure the Blessings of Liberty," means to protect the liberty, or freedom, of the citizens of the United States.

Free As A Bird
Free As A Bird

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This picture shows a bird having its own freedom by flying around in the sky. This picture represents the word freedom, because the bird shows that it's not stuck in one place, and it is able to go wherever it pleases. This reflects the Constitution because before the Constitution, people were in fact trapped in one place; unable to do whatever they liked to do; unable to have freedom. Although, after the Constitution did appear in existance, most people had the freedom to be out of the isolated places that they are in, and were able to move away from all of the torcher and the pain that existed there.

"Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth." - George Washington