Definition of Sedgemoor, Battle of in English:

Sedgemoor, Battle of

Syllabification: Sedge·moor, Bat·tle of
A battle fought in 1685 on the plain of Sedgemoor in Somerset, England. The forces of the rebel Duke of Monmouth, who had landed in Dorset as champion of the Protestant cause and pretender to the throne, were decisively defeated by James II’s troops.

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