the English constitutional settlement of 1689, confirming the deposition of James II and the accession of William and Mary, guaranteeing the Protestant succession, and laying down the principles of parliamentary supremacy.
the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the US, ratified in 1791.
a formal declaration of the legal and civil rights of the citizens of any state, country, federation, etc.:international law and the New Zealand Bill of Rights say that everyone has the right to seek asylum if they are found to be persecuted
a document or piece of legislation setting out the rights or entitlements of a particular group or class of people:a record label that offers a Bill of Rights for recording artistsan airline passengers' Bill of Rights
Bill of Rights in other Oxford dictionaries
Definition of Bill of Rights in the US English dictionary