Flodden

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Flod·den

 (flŏd′n)
A hill of northern England near the Scottish border. It was the site of the Battle of Flodden Field (September 9, 1513) in which the English defeated the Scots under James IV, who was killed there.

Flodden

(ˈflɒdən)
n
(Placename) a hill in Northumberland where invading Scots were defeated by the English in 1513 and James IV of Scotland was killed. Also called: Flodden Field

Flod•den

(ˈflɒd n)

n.
a hill in NE England, in Northumberland county: the invading Scots were defeated here by the English, 1513.
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Noun1.Flodden - a hill in Northumberland where the invading Scots were defeated by the English in 1513
Northumberland - the northernmost county of England; has many Roman remains (including Hadrian's Wall)
2.Flodden - a battle in 1513Flodden - a battle in 1513; the English defeated the invading Scots and James IV was killed
England - a division of the United Kingdom