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crown

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of crown

  1. 1 a decorative band or wreath worn about the head as a symbol of victory or honor <the crown of laurel leaves that is traditionally placed on the winner of the marathon> Synonyms chaplet, coronal (also coronel), coronet, diadem Related Words anadem [archaic], tiara; garland, laurel

  2. 2 the position occupied by the one who comes in first in a competition <his lifelong dream of someday winning the heavyweight boxing crown> Synonyms championship, title

  3. 3 the highest part or point <covered in mud from the soles of his feet to the crown of his head> Synonyms acme, apex, apogee, capstone, climax, crescendo, crest, height, culmination, head, high noon, high tide, high-water mark, meridian, ne plus ultra, noon, noontime, peak, pinnacle, sum, summit, tip-top, top, zenithRelated Words bloom, blossom, flood tide, flower, glory, heyday, prime; cap, ceiling, roof; extreme, extremity, tip, vertex; high, highlight, highspotNear Antonyms abyss, base, foot; minimumAntonyms bottom, nadir, rock bottom


crown

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of crown

  1. to bring to a triumphant conclusion <the Olympic Games were crowned by spectacular closing ceremonies> Synonyms cap (off), climax, culminate Related Words complete, conclude, finish, round (off or out), terminate, wrap up


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