[ dee-fuhn-bey-ker ]
/ ˈdi fənˌbeɪ kər /
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John George, 1895–1979, prime minister of Canada 1957–63.
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How to use Diefenbaker in a sentence
Mr. Diefenbaker never retired and served as a member of Parliament until he died in 1979.
Mr. Diefenbaker went back to the electorate in 1958 and won the biggest parliamentary majority in Canadian history at that time.
British Dictionary definitions for Diefenbaker
/ (ˈdiːfənˌbeɪkə) /
John George. 1895–1979, Canadian Conservative statesman; prime minister of Canada (1957–63)
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