Definitions

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  • n. King of England from 1901 to 1910; son of Victoria and Prince Albert; famous for his elegant sporting ways (1841-1910)

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Examples

  • Baron von Margutti met all the distinguished European figures, such as Edward VII, Emperor

    When Winter Comes to Main Street

  • Rush also voiced his frustration over critics who say The King's Speech' distorts history by omitting details, such as Edward VII's (Guy Pearce) Nazi sympathies and Winston Churchill's (Timothy Spall) support of Edward VII during his embarrassing abdication of the throne to his brother.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Rush also voiced his frustration over critics who say The King's Speech' distorts history by omitting details, such as Edward VII's Timothy Spall support of Edward VII during his embarrassing abdication of the throne to his brother.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Edward VII belonged to the House of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, named for his father, Prince Albert.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Certainly Edward VII, assuming the British throne after Victoria, had preferred Frederick to his son.

    The Other Kaiser

  • Anjali finds room and board in a Raj-era estate where King Edward VII supposedly once dined.

    Rock City By Way Of Bangalore

  • Officially acquired in 1908, it was given to Edward VII by his mistress, Alice Keppel.

    A Palace's Small Treasures

  • It is on the site of the Continental Hotel, which was built in 1860 and at one point was one of the largest hotels in the U.S. Guests included King Edward VII, Charles Dickens and Abraham Lincoln, who once gave a speech from its balcony.

    Stealth Buyers Win Prize

  • But there has been only one Derby winner in the colours of a reigning monarch, which was Minoru, owned — though not bred — by King Edward VII in 1909.

    Favourite Carlton House grants the Queen a date with Derby destiny

  • When he rejoined the RAF in a few weeks, the facial hair came off—long before he had the chance to shape it into the full beard for which kings Edward VII and George V not to mention their cousin Czar Nicholas II were famous.

    William and Kate

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