EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORONET
She arranged the coronet carefully with small pearl-topped pins.
"She may find her way to a coronet without that," said Davis, rudely.
I 'm prouder with that old hat on my head than with the coronet; tell them that.
Will you have Isabella, who is angling for a coronet, but would not refuse you if you are rich enough?
This coronet and initials proclaim them to have been once your own.
His friend had even hinted at the correct reproduction of his coronet.
This marked man of the world had added that the Americans are greatly impressed by a coronet.
And there, upon a broken shell, lay the little rower's coronet.
The carefully-packed articles were a coffin-plate and coronet.
"I was gazing with all my eyes at the coronet on the panel," she answered, laughing.
"a small crown," late 15c., from Old French coronete, diminutive of corone "a crown," from Latin corona "crown" (see crown (n.)).