Examples of coronation in a Sentence
the coronation of Queen Elizabeth
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After the conclusion of ‘Mania, during Reigns’ supposed coronation atop the WWE, people were instead discussing McMahon’s heroics.
The cocktail has deeply historical roots as its name stems from the coronation of King Edward VII of England, according to Tucker.
On the day of his coronation, in 1896, a crowd of half a million, expecting a special giveaway in Moscow, panicked, trampling to death and suffocating 1,400 people.
Their horses were borrowed from a film studio, having appeared in a scene about the coronation of Alexander III.
And that party was committed to a Clinton coronation, right up to Mr. Sanders’s cheeky assault.
What’s more, in keeping with that unearned coronation, Glennon was not part of any kind of open competition in training camp that Fox defined.
This game will be more of a coronation for Herrington, the only coach in the 48-year history of the school, which will close at the conclusion of the 2018-19 school year, ending Herrington’s career.
In fashion, where hysteria is the dominant mode of expression and praise is often ladled out in heaps rather than spoonfuls, coronations can be instantaneous, new gods and icons minted every season.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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