Definition of Mandeville, Sir John in English:

Mandeville, Sir John

Line breaks: Sir John Man¦de|ville
Pronunciation: /ˈmandəvɪl
 
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  • (14th century), English nobleman. He is remembered as the reputed author of a book of travels and travellers' tales which was actually compiled by an unknown hand from the works of several writers.

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