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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishFloddenFlod‧den /ˈflɒdn $ ˈflɑːdn/ (also Flodden Field)  a hillside in Northumberland in the north of England, where there was a battle between England and Scotland in 1513. The Scots were severely defeated and their king, James IV, was killed.
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