Thomas of Woodstock

[ tom-uhs uhv -wood-stok ]
/ ˈtɒm əs əv ˈwʊdˌstɒk /

noun

Duke of Gloucester, 1355–97, English prince (son of Edward III).

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British Dictionary definitions for Thomas of Woodstock

Thomas of Woodstock

noun

1355–97, youngest son of Edward III, who led opposition to his nephew Richard II (1386–89); arrested in 1397, he died in prison
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