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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • King of England (1483) who was crowned at the age of 13 on the death of his father, Edward IV, and was immediately confined in the Tower of London, where he and his younger brother were murdered, possibly by their uncle the Duke of Gloucester, later Richard III, or by Henry VII.

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  • noun King of England who was crowned at the age of 13 on the death of his father Edward IV but was immediately confined to the Tower of London where he and his younger brother were murdered (1470-1483)

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Examples

  • People have been trying to figure out what really happened to Edward V and his brother Richard ever since the fifteenth century.

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  • People have been trying to figure out what really happened to Edward V and his brother Richard ever since the fifteenth century.

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  • If you stretch a point, we can also add Edward II, Richard II, Henry VI and Edward V, who all died or disappeared in murky circumstances and might have been murdered.

    Chronology of the Kings of Gwynedd in the seventh century

  • Only empty, glowing tracers had plunged toward the ground, not the real, live human boys, not King Edward V, alias Chip Winston, or Prince Richard, alias Alex Polchak.

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  • People have been trying to figure out what really happened to Edward V and his brother Richard ever since the fifteenth century.

    Sent

  • People have been trying to figure out what really happened to Edward V and his brother Richard ever since the fifteenth century.

    Sent

  • People have been trying to figure out what really happened to Edward V and his brother Richard ever since the fifteenth century.

    Sent

  • Only empty, glowing tracers had plunged toward the ground, not the real, live human boys, not King Edward V, alias Chip Winston, or Prince Richard, alias Alex Polchak.

    Sent

  • Only empty, glowing tracers had plunged toward the ground, not the real, live human boys, not King Edward V, alias Chip Winston, or Prince Richard, alias Alex Polchak.

    Sent

  • Only empty, glowing tracers had plunged toward the ground, not the real, live human boys, not King Edward V, alias Chip Winston, or Prince Richard, alias Alex Polchak.

    Sent

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