Marston Moor definition by Webster's New World
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moor in Yorkshire, N England: site of a battle (July, 1644) of the English civil war in which Royalist forces were routed by the Parliamentarians
Marston Moor definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A site in northern England west of York. The first Parliamentarian victory of the English Civil War occurred here on July 2, 1644.