Definition of Agincourt, Battle of in English:

Agincourt, Battle of

Syllabification: Ag·in·court, Bat·tle of
Pronunciation: /ˈajinˌkôrt, äZHaNˈko͝or
 
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A battle in northern France in 1415 during the Hundred Years War, in which the English under Henry V defeated a large French army. The victory, achieved largely by use of the longbow, allowed Henry to occupy Normandy.

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