Definitions of "parliamentarian"
  1. A specialist who is knowledgeable about the rules and procedures of a legislative or decision-making body such as a parliament
  2. An individual who is a part of a parliament, typically engaged in making, changing, and interpreting laws
How to use "parliamentarian" in a sentence
  1. The parliamentarian was consulted to ensure the debate adhered to procedural rules.
  2. The parliamentarian suggested changes to the bill’s language to avoid it being declared unconstitutional.
  3. After ten years serving her district, the parliamentarian was honored for her dedicated public service.

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