Definition of 'the Commons'
Example sentences containing 'the Commons'
He used to buttonhole the minister in the Commons bar, have the juniors round to dinner and press them with questions.POLITICAL SUICIDE
The first little row in the Commons, and you'd be charging back there, like an old war horse sniffing battle.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN RIOT
Definition of the Commons from the Collins English Dictionary
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