Definition of Barebones Parliament in English:

Barebones Parliament

Line breaks: Bare|bones Parliament
Pronunciation: /ˈbɛːbəʊnz/

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The nickname of Cromwell’s Parliament of 1653, from one of its members, Praise-God Barbon, an Anabaptist leather seller of Fleet Street. It replaced the Rump Parliament, but was itself dissolved within a few months.

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