Definition of Peasants' Revolt in English:

Peasants' Revolt

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An uprising in 1381 among the peasant and artisan classes in England, particularly in Kent and Essex. The rebels marched on London, occupying the city and executing unpopular ministers, but after the death of their leader, Wat Tyler, they were persuaded to disperse by Richard II.

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Pronunciation: ɪˈrəʊnɪəs
adjective
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