Related formsu·ni·cam·er·al·ism, nounu·ni·cam·er·al·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for unicameral
Nebraska, with its unicameral legislature, would be an exception.
Franklin suggested the adoption of a unicameral legislature, but does not seem to have made any struggle for it.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott
This Constitution provided for a unicameral legislature, a collective executive branch, and an independent judiciary.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
In structure it represents a curious cross between the principles of unicameral and bicameral organization.The Governments of Europe|Frederic Austin Ogg
Unicameral, ū-ni-kam′e-ral, adj. consisting of but one chamber, of a legislative body.
Character and powers of Congress; congress versus president; experiments with unicameral legislatures.A Syllabus of Hispanic-American History|William Whatley Pierson