Definition of 'parliamentary'
Example sentences containing 'parliamentary'
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Devereux was providing a lead, staring straight into the eyes of the enemy, and his parliamentary troops were rallying. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (1974)It involved an interesting point of law and I looked forward to some hours of quiet research in case books, parliamentary laws and codes. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (1974)
There were no rules of parliamentary procedure at meetings in PDC. THE DISPOSSESSED (1974)
Trends of 'parliamentary'
In Common Usage. parliamentary is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'parliamentary'
British English: parliamentary ADJECTIVE
Parliamentary is used to describe things that are connected with a parliament or with members of parliament.
She was selected as a parliamentary candidate.
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