Definition of Wallace, Sir William in English:

Wallace, Sir William

Syllabification: Wal·lace, Sir William
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈwôləs/
( Circa 1270–1305), Scottish national hero. A leader of Scottish resistance to Edward I, he defeated the English army at Stirling in 1297. After Edward’s second invasion of Scotland in 1298, he was defeated and subsequently executed.

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