[ UK /lˈɛd‍ʒɪslət‍ʃɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɛdʒəˌsɫeɪtʃɝ/ ]
  1. persons who make or amend or repeal laws
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How To Use legislature In A Sentence

  • The performance had the legislature, including the subjects of the barbs, rocking with laughter.
  • it was the opening session of the legislature
  • A bicameral legislature has two houses.
  • Yet doctrinaire democrats don't seem to give a tinker's toss about placing limits on what a legislature (local or global) can divvy or decide.
  • In the case of periodic tenancies the legislature left landlords free to bring them to an end by the service and expiry of valid notices to quit.
  • an extraordinary session of the legislature
  • A considerable amount of tax collection is now done, in effect, by casinos; rather than raise taxes to pay for services, legislatures legalize gambling and then take a rake-off from the profits earned by private casino companies. The Sack of Washington
  • Greg, Could you post a list of the Democrat-cowards who were frighted off by the Decider's "you are helping terrorists" crap and voted for that legislation so that they could join the Iraqi legislature on vacation? Poll: Bush Approval Soars All The Way Up To 36%
  • Again, pfft, not a factor to consider for this legislature. Rita M. Solnet: Scorecard of Latest Education Deforms in the Sunshine State
  • The solution is a world government with a full legislature, courts, and enough military strength to enforce its power.
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