Examples of coronation in a Sentence
the coronation of Queen Elizabeth
Recent Examples of coronation from the Web
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.
The 19th Party Congress is more likely to look like a coronation than an institutionalized transition to a leader’s second term.
His coronation will be held at some point after the cremation.
It was supposed to be a coronation for the Vikings, who were ranked No. 1 in the nation, city, and state rankings.
His team had just completed what amounted to nothing more than a coronation, a 5-0 win over Jasper in the IHSAA boys tennis state finals at North Central on Saturday.
By the time of his coronation, Trump had committed himself to every major item on the Christian right’s agenda — and made one of the movement’s favorite sons his running mate.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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