Definition of Wolsey, Thomas in English:

Wolsey, Thomas

Syllabification: Wol·sey, Thomas
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝olzē
 
/
( Circa 1474–1530), English prelate and statesman; known as Cardinal Wolsey. He incurred royal displeasure through his failure to secure the papal dispensation necessary for Henry VIII’s divorce from Catherine of Aragon. He was arrested on a charge of treason and died on his way to trial.

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