Definition of Oates, Titus in English:

Oates, Titus

Line breaks: Titus Oates
Pronunciation: /əʊts
  • (1649–1705), English clergyman and conspirator, remembered as the fabricator of the Popish Plot. Convicted of perjury in 1685, Oates was imprisoned in the same year, but subsequently released and granted a pension.

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