parliamentarians

[ pahr-luh-men-tair-ee-uh n, -muh n- or, sometimes, pahrl-yuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF parliamentarians
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The people of this valley had been ardent Parliamentarians during the long campaign.

They are all great Parliamentarians there—on the English model, as you know.'

Fairfax offered her Majesty an escort of Yorkshire Parliamentarians.

The Parliamentarians were not allowed time to rally, but were driven into Bradford.

On the 11th of April, 1644, the Parliamentarians advanced to the storm.

The Parliamentarians assumed a white badge to distinguish them from their opponents.

On the other hand, the Parliamentarians were being constantly reinforced.

In the Civil War it was taken by the Parliamentarians, with the inevitable result.

When hostilities were resumed the Parliamentarians were the assailants.

But the conduct of the Parliamentarians was incomprehensible.