Thesaurus / crowned head
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Mere power would have held no attractions for him; he must be an actual king—the crowned head of a people.

Queen VictoriaLytton Strachey

Every crowned head in Europe had written with that fellow-feeling which on such occasions royalty is bound to express.

King John of JingaloLaurence Housman

One is described as having a human figure at the butt, and at the other end a crowned head.

He has more real power from the moment he takes the oath of office than any crowned head of Europe.

The SouthernerThomas Dixon

You're not a crowned head or an escaped princess or anything of that kind, are you?

The Girl in the MirrorElizabeth Garver Jordan

He occupies a position to-day prouder than that of any President or crowned head.

The wealthy cities of Tyre and Sidon did homage to him, as before to his father, by putting his crowned head upon their coins.

Never did a crowned head suffer greater affronts in the persons of his ministers, than czar Peter.

Nothing would content von Chronicle but that his kind patron should represent a crowned head: anything else was beneath him.

Vivian GreyEarl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli

At the four angles are quatrefoiled niches, having at their bases, alternately, a crowned head and a mitre.

A History of HorncastleJames Conway Walter

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.