PRONUNCIATION: (kuhn-STAY-tiv, KON-stuh-)

MEANING: noun: A statement that can be judged as true or false.
adjective: Capable of being true or false.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin constare (to stand firm). Earliest documented use: 1901. This word is often contrasted with performative.

CORNSTATIVE - pertaining to Iowa

CONESTATIVE - covered-wagonish

CONSTAFIVE - the number between four and six does not change