Examples of coronation in a Sentence
the coronation of Queen Elizabeth
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Durant said, doing his best to avoid a premature coronation.
In 1953, the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in London’s Westminster Abbey, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI.
If David drops, the only other chance of keeping this contest from being a coronation may rest in the hands of two downstate Democrats.
Anyone who wants this campaign to retain a trace of Kempian iconoclasm — and be more than a dreary prelude to Newsom’s coronation — should vote Villaraigosa.
But the former king, who had never had his own coronation, tuned in to the ceremony on June 2, 1953, along with 20 million other people around the world.
And that's no exaggeration — the man started in the lead, pulled away as soon as the race got going and cruised around the track 400 times en route to his certain coronation.
Queen Elizabeth has only missed two of them since her coronation!
As the music’s finale builds thrillingly to glory, Ivan’s coronation reaches its climax: Almost nobody onstage moves.
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CORONATION Defined for English Language Learners
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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