For all my posing I made straight As, had a mouth full of braces, and played the coronet and the flugelhorn in the school band.
In the next division the charges were, in chief a coronet, in base an irradiated cloud.
He examined the coronet again, remembering that there was something about its bosses, too.
There is not any necessity at the present day to represent any crown or coronet with the cap of estate within it.
He could remember clearly now, the Earl's explanations of the action of the coronet.
It is set for that beautiful, bejewelled thing they call a coronet.
The coronet of the old Earl, he thought, was a truly potent talisman.
She had braided her hair into a coronet, glossy, perfumed, perfect.
No younger member of any of our noble families has ever been allowed the coronet or the belt.
I think that had he known that the lady had refused the coronet, that knowledge would have enhanced the value of the prize.