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- adj. Alternative spelling of coronetted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wearing, or entitled to wear, a coronet; of noble birth or rank.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing or entitled to wear a coronet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. belonging to the peerage
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Princes and princelings, dukes, duchesses, and all manner of coroneted folk of the royal train are flashing past; more warriors, and lackeys, and conquered peoples, and the pagent is over.
The paper cup gave me away, the ugly coroneted vixen with the cloven tail.
If the roles were reversed, if Obama were behind by every metric, Clinton would have been coroneted by now, and the cry for her opponent to get out and quit being a spoiler would be deafening.
DOBBS: And Amy, the issue here of the competition between Huckabee and the presumptive nominee of the Republican party, Senator John McCain almost coroneted now.
The old surgeon was delighted to speak to a coroneted carriage in the midst of the full Strand: he ran out bowing and smiling.
She took it, with an air of eager curiosity, and looked at the seal, ostentatiously coroneted; and at the superscription, reading out, To Robert Lovelace, Esq. —
Apart from the glory of spinning up to the Casino entrance in a coroneted car, the arrangement possessed this advantage -- that we were able not merely to cover the few miles between Mentone and Monte Carlo in quicker time than the average train, but could depart and return at our own hours, instead of being pinned down to those of the timetable.
It will certainly be a sight to behold, a sight that this city has not seen going back 26 years to late 1978 when this pope was coroneted.
Through her parlour window Dorothy looked out and saw whoever might be passing — a tall beggar woman perhaps with her baby on her back; an old soldier; a coroneted landau with touring ladies peering inquisitively inside.
Through the torn gap I saw them, clustering undisturbed about the base of that one slender, coroneted and star pointing spire, rising serene and unshaken from a hell of lightnings.