Definition of Wallace, Sir William in US English:

Wallace, Sir William

proper noun

  • (c.1270–1305), Scottish national hero. A leader of Scottish resistance to Edward I, he defeated the English army at Stirling in 1297. After Edward's second invasion of Scotland in 1298, he was defeated and subsequently executed.

Pronunciation

Wallace, Sir William

/ˈwɔləs//ˈwôləs/