Examples of coronet in a Sentence
the prince wore a small gold coronet to denote his rank
Recent Examples of coronet from the Web
The design features a monogram of the couple's initials tied together with white ribbons and surmounted by the coronet of Prince Harry.
The pattern features a coronet above Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's monogram, which is tied together with white ribbons.
Her veil of illusion, caught to her head with a coronet of pearls, was long and billowy.
Some small head ornaments are called coronets, but this is a misnomer.
The presentation included a coronet of candylike tuille of parsnip on an apple purée along with slices of dehydrating apples, with the dry texture of Styrofoam.
In 1957, Harold Edgerton’s newly invented strobe light captured the coronet of a milk drop falling into a red pan with stunning precision and beauty.
TODAY’S PUZZLE: Two people show up to your dinner party wearing coronets.
In the master bedroom, the bed and coronet are upholstered in an Oscar de la Renta floral and dressed in linens by D. Porthault; the French chaise and Turkish kilim are antique, and the strié walls are hand-painted.
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CORONET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coronet for English Language Learners
: a small crown
CORONET Defined for Kids
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