Margaret of Anjou

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Mar·gar·et of An·jou

 (mär′gə-rət, -grət; ăn-jo͞o′, äN-zho͞o′) 1430?-1482.
French-born queen consort of Henry VI of England. She led the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses and was captured (1471) and ransomed to France (1476).
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Margaret of Anjou

n
(Biography) 1430–82, queen of England. She married the mentally unstable Henry VI of England in 1445 to confirm the truce with France during the Hundred Years' War. She became a leader of the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses and was defeated at Tewkesbury (1471) by Edward IV
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Mar′ga•ret of An′jou

(ˈmɑr gə rɪt, -grɪt)
n.
1430–82, queen of Henry VI of England.
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