Origin of coronation
OTHER WORDS FROM coronationpre·cor·o·na·tion, nounre·cor·o·na·tion, noun
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How to use coronation in a sentence
The coronation was a spectacle hard to forget even for a six-year-old.Thinking back to Queen Elizabeth’s coronation|Peter Rosenstein|September 15, 2022|Washington Blade
Every year, there’s any number of similar coronations—or, I guess, condemnations.‘Alter Ego’ Is the Most Dystopian Reality Competition Yet|Kevin Fallon|September 23, 2021|The Daily Beast
That has given the primary the feel of a coronation, although Carroll Foy argued that “not being able to break 50 percent” revealed the former governor's vulnerability.
Was her coronation as the future queen of pop soul made in haste?The Swedish Queen of Soulful Pop: Mapei Won’t Wait for You to Listen|Caitlin Dickson|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Apparently Democrats do want a coronation but is it because they do not have better choices?
Therefore, the question “Do Democrats really want a Hillary Clinton coronation?”
Then the logical follow up, “Will American voters accept a White House coronation?”
On February 23, Coronation Day, El Chapo arrived with three bands.Drug Cartel Beauty Queens Face an Ugly End|Michael Daly|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
From Lisbon the ambassador was summoned to attend the coronation of the Emperor and to take his place among the Marshals.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
The night was passed at anchor off the northernmost Coronation Island.
In conformity with precedents, the coronation was distinguished by the grant of new honours.
Each of those named took the posts which, at a real coronation, etiquette would have assigned to them.Chicot the Jester|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
It was stated in the house of commons shortly after the coronation that the expenses incurred for the coronation of George IV.