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crowned

[ kround ]
/ kraʊnd /
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adjective
characterized by or having a crown (often used in combination): a crowned signet ring; a low-crowned fedora.
originating from or founded on the royal crown or its associated dignity, sovereignty, etc.: crowned despotism.
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Origin of crowned

First recorded in 1200–50, crowned is from the Middle English word crouned.See crown, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM crowned

su·per·crowned, adjective
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