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bill of rights

often capitalized B&R

Definition of BILL OF RIGHTS

:  a document containing a formal statement of rights <a patients' bill of rights>; specifically :  a summary of fundamental rights and privileges guaranteed to a people against violation by the state —used especially of the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution

First Known Use of BILL OF RIGHTS

1701

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