addled parliament defined in 1939 yearaddled parliament - Addled Parliament;
addled parliament - Name given to the Parliament which met in April, 1614, after James I had reigned without one for three years. A. number of men called undertakers undertook to induce the members to grant the king the money he needed. But as the members refused any grant until James had surrendered his right to increase certain duties, the Parliament was dissolved in June. It had done nothing, hence its name.
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