coronal

[ noun kawr-uh-nl, kor-; adjective kuh-rohn-l, kawr-uh-nl, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coronal
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“I may go with the launch, after all, but not to Coronal,” he remarked.

The tendency of the coronal region is upward, that of the basilar downward.

Osculum twice as broad as the central chamber, surrounded by a coronal of strong conical teeth, twice as long as its diameter.

He encircled his gadding hair with a coronal of vineleaves, smiling at Vincent.

I have given thee a coronal of pain and made thee rich with loss and desire.

Slowly she raised her arms, wound the floating tresses into a coronal.

But the cacique with the coronal asked intelligent questions.

It should be dogwood, Audrey, like the coronal you wore on May Day.

Upon Hipparete he bestowed a coronal of violets, regarded by the proud Athenians as their own peculiar flower.

A saucy apprentice is holding over the amorous pair a coronal, not of orange-blossom but of sausages!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORONAL

garland

nounstrand of material, usually hung
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