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bicameral legislature

n. A legislative body consisting of two chambers or houses.

Usage examples of "bicameral legislature".

The status quo in Bermuda was pleasant enough: overemployment, full integration, bicameral legislature, a vigorous tourist economy.

At home every state but Pennsylvania and Georgia had a bicameral legislature, and because of the obvious shortcomings of the one-house Congress under the Articles of Confederation, agreement on the need for a bicameral Congress was widespread.

This so-called Great Compromise called for a bicameral legislature.

Within five years, General Douglas MacArthur had imposed a constitutional democracy on Japan with a bicameral legislature, a bill of rights, and an independent judiciary.

We were on another planet learning about the bicameral legislature and the electoral college.