adjective & noun
Former term for Belarusian.
- Before her husband retired, he had worked in the Byelorussian Parliament looking at how best to minimise the consequences of the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster.
- Joining a Belorussian tourist group, they were determined to slip away and claim asylum.
- The Government decided that visas for Russian, Ukrainian, and Byelorussian tourists would be issued for free, and tourists would only pay a $20 request fee.
Words that rhyme with BelorussianPrussian, Russian
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