Examples of coronation in a Sentence
the coronation of Queen Elizabeth
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The halftime show isn’t solely a coronation for the artists who perform.
Reminiscent of the royal tents in the time of the pharaohs, the setting for the Grand Ball of Osiris on Jan. 20 created just the right mood for the coronation of a new king and queen.
President Yameen wants a coronation; not an election.
The Queen was 27 at the time of her coronation and the mother of two young children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
Jon Gruden’s much anticipated and highly orchestrated return to the Raiders on Tuesday was a coronation, a welcome-back party, a reality TV spectacle, a production with all the glitz and glamor of, appropriately, a Las Vegas extravaganza.
This quick moment between two warrior women on their way to T’Challa’s coronation leans into a current very popular run of the Black Panther comic.
According to The Atlantic, in 1902 Booth was commissioned to clean Westminster Abbey for the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
Season 1 covered her wedding to Prince Philip of Greece, her ascension after her father’s untimely death, and her coronation in 1953, at the age of 27, as well as her conflict with her sister over Princess Margaret’s desire to marry a divorcé.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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