They are the infirmities of a great lord, of a discrowned king.
For what man ever was unhappy at not being a king, save a discrowned king?
The discrowned Foscari was bid to retire to his home in S. Pantaleone.
This is Lear himself, the discrowned, but still mighty, lion.
Even so, I saw in it a discrowned king, who "nothing common did or mean."
And a king dwelt there—not discrowned, but still the mightiest on the earth.
When the discrowned monarch was brought to trial, that warlike leader sat in the judgment hall.
On 'his gray, discrowned head' the entire fury of slaveholding arrogance and wrath was expended.
On his "gray, discrowned head" the entire fury of slave- holding arrogance and wrath was expended.
Many a child would have carried the discrowned favourite by one leg; she carried her in both hands.