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  • as inlegislator
  • as inlord

synonyms for parliamentarians

  • administrator
  • council member
  • deputy
  • lawmaker
  • leader
  • member
  • parliamentarian
  • representative
  • senator
  • lawgiver
  • aldermember
  • assemblymember
  • member of Congress
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How to use parliamentarians in a sentence

Durham, in common with mostPg 189 of the cathedrals, suffered severely at the hands of the Parliamentarians under Cromwell.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
To all of these the arming of Ulster, which made the Parliamentarians so indignant, was a light in the darkness.
THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY
Then Scarlett was hidden from his sight, and yielding slowly step by step, the Parliamentarians kept up a defiant retreat.
CROWN AND SCEPTREGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The evidence suggests that there was no violent division between royalists and Parliamentarians in Virginia.
VIRGINIA UNDER CHARLES I AND CROMWELL, 1625-1660WILCOMB E. WASHBURN
But the Parliamentarians had nothing to gain by the terms suggested, and the former failure had made them more cautious.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
The next encounter went in favour of the royalists, and, as all the Parliamentarians admit, it was a great disaster.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
The two remaining engagements of the year went in favour of the Parliamentarians.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
But the Parliamentarians recovered most of them and sent them by sea to Lancaster to strengthen the fortifications there.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
The next trial of strength, the capture of Preston by the Parliamentarians, was an important event.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
The Parliamentarians must have suffered considerably in this skirmish, and they lost still more in prestige.
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN LANCASHIRE (1642-1651)ERNEST BROXAP
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