coronation

[ kawr-uh-ney-shuh n, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coronation

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And then came the pious climax of Coronation, America, and the Doxology.

This is a gentleman on his travels, come to see the coronation.

Since the coronation, her feelings have undergone a marked development.

But Mr. Simpson, it seemed, was not yet ready to proceed with the coronation.

Sully suspended the preparations for the coronation, and sought the Queen.

Queen Victoria's state crown, made in 1838, after her coronation, is the chief.

The coronation took place at Westminster on the following day.

The coronation, when the time arrived for it, was very splendid.

I did not promise to become a machine when I took the coronation oaths.

The carpse was wid them, an' they'd ha' taken ut so through a Coronation.

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