Examples of coronation in a Sentence
the coronation of Queen Elizabeth
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Because of Harden, the pause button has been pushed on the Warriors' coronation.
There are centuries-old stained glass panels, manuscripts, and medieval funeral effigies of kings, as well as the more modern vestments used for the Queen’s 1953 coronation.
Villanova’s coronation came at the expense of Michigan, who exceeded modest expectations to advance to college basketball’s grandest stage, falling a game short of its first championship since 1989.
On the eve of her character’s coronation, Bishil spoke to Vanity Fair by phone about her character finally getting her due.
There was a sense of coronation as one witnessed her confident next-generation contrabass playing side by side with McBride’s electric bass guitar.
Many in the college wrestling world expected Kyle Snyder’s senior year at Ohio State to play out as a coronation, another run of casual dominance for a guy already considered to be the best pound-for-pound competitor in the world.
Auburn's coronation will have to wait at least another day, or three.
Britain has tried before to display the tapestry: Requests were made for the queen’s coronation in 1953 and for the 900th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings in 1966.
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Origin and Etymology of coronation
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of coronation for English Language Learners
: a ceremony in which a crown is placed on the head of a new king or queen
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