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When the sun sets, the Bockfest Beard Baron and Sausage Queen will be crowned and coronated.
Many are upset that Whitmer hasn’t yet been coronated by some influential Democrats still in the hunt for a candidate — which these critics attribute to sexism.
At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, Pink was awarded the career-coronating Video Vanguard Award and went viral with a speech that touched on androgyny and spoke out against bullying, in light of comments her daughter, Willow, 6, made.
The great Week 1 win over the Pats led pundits to coronate K.C. as the league’s best team.
With one swift kick Chastain coronated the U.S. women as Queens of the World, which seemed like the next logical step for a team that had gone from near obscurity to a national conversation piece in just three weeks.
Then again, having a single Democratic frontrunner in 2016, who was effectively coronated as the party’s nominee from the beginning, also turned out to be trouble.
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Origin and Etymology of coronate
First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
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