Definition of "parliamentarian" [par•lia•men•ta•ri•an]
One who is expert in parliamentary procedures, rules, or debate.(noun)
A member of a parliament.(noun)
A supporter of the Long Parliament during the English Civil War and the Commonwealth; a Roundhead.(noun)
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Use "parliamentarian" in a sentence
""In the past year, the diplomatic and national-security environment surrounding Japan has deteriorated rapidly and become very unstable," said Takeshi Iwaya, a parliamentarian from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party of Japan."
"The Vice President as President of the Senate can overrule the parliamentarian, but if the parliamentarian is not in a position to rule, the Vice President has nothing to overrule."
"Beatriz Salucombo, a parliamentarian from the ruling MPLA, and her brother António Neves, a Migration and Foreigners Services (SME) officer, were gunned down by three men on the outskirts of the capital Luanda."