[ US /ˌwɛstˈmɪnstɝ/ ]
- a borough of Greater London on the Thames; contains Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey
How To Use Westminster In A Sentence
- He might have caused a storm in a teacup in the corridors of the Westminster press lobby as journalists squabbled over who had the story, whether it was attributable and who had told The Sun anyway.
- There is an increasing feeling that MPs say one thing to constituents and something else in Westminster. Times, Sunday Times
- And Bob and uh others … I was pointing a usage of the word enjoy in a specific way … made possible by todays culture of "enjoy" that is distinctly different from the way the Westminster catechesim uses the word. Reclaiming the Mission
- They were primarily portraitists, but Thomas is now chiefly remembered for his dramatic Boadicea monument at Westminster Bridge, London, showing the fearsome warrior queen in her chariot.
- Expenses figures from Westminster show he has resumed a busy schedule in the Lords.
- A premature grab for a safe Westminster seat would be seen as naked opportunism. The Sun
- Allthough it could be just prudent housekeeping ahead of the expected cuts and the hootsmon is spinning it as a "rammy with westminster" article, we all know Westminster are going to be scrooge and cant afford it after Browns disaster. The SNP Myth of the £500m cut and related matters
- Back on the waterfront, the most senior man among Reservists, Major General His Grace the Duke of Westminster, paid a visit to the Royal Naval and Royal Marines Reservists at the Royal Naval HQ Merseyside in Liverpool.
- Irish Toryism was the dominant political creed down to 1859, at least in terms of Westminster seats.
- His own farces and burlesques have faded into obscurity, but this contributor to the ‘gaiety of nations' lies buried in Westminster abbey.