double crown

nounChiefly British.
  1. a size of printing paper, 20 × 30 inches (51 × 76 centimeters).

Words Nearby double crown Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use double crown in a sentence

  • I really didn't want to do anything trendy, and I didn't want to do another Balthazaar or double crown.

    The Frenchman Who Rules New York | Katie Workman | September 22, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The lake tree has a double crown, one rising like a sunshade and shading Kang-rinpoche, the other overshadowing the whole world.

  • I took advantage of the pause he now made, to inquire what a ‘two-sheet double crown’ might express?

    Reprinted Pieces | Charles Dickens
  • These statues represent the King as sitting upon his throne, with the double crown of Egypt, red and white, upon his head.

  • Then she glanced at the statue of Berenike, who had also once worn on her brow the double crown of Egypt.

    Cleopatra, Complete | Georg Ebers
  • On her head was the double crown of Egypt and the urus crest, and in her hand the looped cross, the sign of Life eternal.

    Moon of Israel | H. Rider Haggard