Related formsbi·cam·er·al·ism, nounbi·cam·er·al·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for bicameral
On his return to Japan, Onoda was feted, and briefly tipped to run for the Diet, the Japanese bicameral parliament.
All too often, the march of folly has been bicameral, as well as bipartisan.John McCain’s Middle East War Drumbeat: Iraq, Libya, and Now Syria|Lloyd Green|June 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But the non-Nebraska states have bicameral legislatures for no real reason.
At the national level, we have a bicameral legislature because of the overall workings of the federal system.
The two houses of Parliament had made the colonists accustomed to the bicameral system.The Colonies 1492-1750|Reuben Gold Thwaites
Herein the legislative authority was vested in a General Assembly, which was organized on the bicameral plan.History of the Constitutions of Iowa|Benjamin F. Shambaugh
In structure it represents a curious cross between the principles of unicameral and bicameral organization.The Governments of Europe|Frederic Austin Ogg
The importance of the bicameral system is strongly insisted upon by the commentator of the Constitution.Japan|Various
Other early colonies passed through the same stages; colonies of later foundation took up the development at the bicameral stage.