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Definition of "westminster" []

  • A borough of Greater London, on the River Thames: contains the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. Pop: 222 000 (2003 est). Area: 22 sq km (8 sq miles) (noun)
  • The Houses of Parliament at Westminster (noun)

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Use "westminster" in a sentence
  • "This would all be just funny if there weren't the ghost of a million nurdered Iraqis screaming at our bedside tables every night, and walking westminster flicking the ears of Straw, still there, would you believe it, and Cameron, and all the other powdered poodles of a spineless, cardboard house of cards."
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  • "Our spineless ‘leaders’ (the theives of westminster) and the ACPO will never ever grow enough backbone to do anything that upsets their gravy train."
  • "I think the whole lot of the ‘thieves of westminster’ be liars."