coronet : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a small crown; usually indicates a high rank but below that of sovereign
- n margin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof
- Carrying a coronet under his arm as though it were a derby hat, His Grace (the Press shielded his name) entered a dealer's shop, escorted by his daughter, and plunked the thing .
- At the climactic moment, Bokassa, 56, crowned himself and placed a smaller coronet on the head of the youngest of his three wives, 28-year-old Empress Catherine.
- When Mary stooped over to pick him up, her coronet fell off.
News & Articles
- Mineral processing facility safe, company states
By Mark Waite AMARGOSA VALLEY — Stephen Stine, chief executive officer of Coronet Metals U.S. Inc., insisted claims about unsafe chemical storage were being made by a disgruntled, ex-employee and the Liberty Precious Metals Testing and Processing Facility is safe. But Stine admitted the accusations delayed the expected start up of his operation, which is[...]
June 19, 2013 - Pahrump Valley Times
- Keith Richards in CNN International
I don't want to step out onstage with someone wearing a coronet and sporting the old ermine,Richards said.
- Alan Titchmarsh in Matlock Today
Alan said before the cooking: "I'm terrified - The Duke may suddenly turn out to be Gordon Ramsey with a coronet."
- Bobby Hutcherson in San Francisco Chronicle
I met James when he was playing with Freddy Hubbard in Brooklyn,says Hutcherson, a dignified, soft-spoken man with an easy laugh. "We met at the Club Coronet in 1962 or '63, so we've played together for years. And George and I have done so...