Definition of Scott, Winfield in English:

Scott, Winfield

proper noun

  • (1786–1866), US army officer; known as Old Fuss and Feathers. A hero of the War of 1812, he became supreme commander of the US Army 1841–61. During the Mexican War, he waged a victorious campaign from Veracruz to Mexico City in 1847. He ran for the office of US president as the Whig candidate in 1852 but was defeated by Democrat Franklin Pierce.

Pronunciation

Scott, Winfield

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