verb (used with object), cor·o·nat·ed, cor·o·nat·ing.
- coronary sulcus,
- coronary thrombosis,
- coronary valve,
- coronary vein,
- coronary-care unit,
- coronation chicken,
Origin of coronate
Examples from the Web for coronated
But it wasn't until after Bridesmaids that she was coronated Hollywood's next big leading lady.Is Kristen Wiig Still ‘Girl Most Likely’ to Succeed?|Kevin Fallon|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When there is a series of nodules or spines on the upper part of the whorls, they are coronated, as shewn in cut, fig. 92.
His father had had him elected king at Verona in 983 and coronated at Aachen.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick
Porules of the shell in dimples on irregular polygonal small plates, with coronated ring.
Coronated Cone, rosy, with brownish purple longitudinal lines, which are sometimes branched; spire convex.Zoological Illustrations, Volume II|William Swainson
A genus consisting of species of Conus, having a rhomboidal or quadrilateral form and a coronated spire.