Definition of Coronations

1. Noun. (plural of coronation) ¹



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Definition of Coronations

1. coronation [n] - See also: coronation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coronations

coronary tendon
coronary thrombosis
coronary valve
coronary vasospasm
coronary vein
coronary vessel anomalies
coronary vessels
coronas
coronate
coronated
coronates
coronating
coronation
coronation chicken
coronational
coronations (current term)
coronato
coronatos
coronaviridae infections
coronavirus
coronavirus infections
coronaviruses
coronel
coronels
coronene
coronenes
coroner
coroners
coroners and medical examiners
coronet

Literary usage of Coronations

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1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1838)
"Regal Records; or a Chronicle of the coronations of the Queens Regnant of ... the ceremonials observed at coronations have both immediate and indirect or ..."

2. The Roman Capitol in Ancient and Modern Times by Emmanuel Rodocanachi, Frederick Lawton (1906)
"coronations IN THE CAPITOL. PETRARCH.5 The importance attributed to the poetical coronations celebrated in the Capitol proves the fascination it excercised, ..."

3. The Standard Library Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical (1853)
"The copy of the Gospels upon which the Saxon kings were sworn at their coronations is believed to be still preserved amongst the Cottonian Manuscripts in ..."

4. The Standard Library Cyclopedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical (1848)
"The copy of the Gospels upon which the Saxon kings were sworn at their coronations is believed to be still preserved amongst the Cottonian Manuscripts in ..."

5. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"But it may be noted that, when hu office is called out of abeyance for coronations or trials by the House of Lords, the lord high steward is the greatest of ..."

6. Index to the Periodicals of ...American periodicals (1903)
"July, i6S Relics of Royal coronations at the Hastings Museum, by WV Crake Sun ... July, 175 Incidents and Humours of Former coronations, by FA Jones (ill. ..."

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