Louis-philippe definitions

lo͝o'ē fĭ-lēp', lo͝o-ē' fē-lēp'
King of the French (1830–1848) who was proclaimed sovereign during the July Revolution that deposed Charles X (1830). He abdicated and fled to England during the Revolution of 1848.
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1773-1850; king of France (1830-48): abdicated in the Revolution of 1848: son of the Duc d'Orléans: called the Citizen King.
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