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coronationcor‧o‧na‧tion /ˌkɒrəˈneɪʃən◂ $ ˌkɔː-, ˌkɑː-/ noun [countable]  PGthe ceremony at which someone is officially made king or queencrown
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coronationThe funeral had become a coronation.It was revisionist hooey and Costner came out of it with a coronation.Five days after his coronation in 1424, James I called his first parliament there, and later his third one.Whilst a new date has been named, I understand, for the coronation - again it could be postponed.Steps were also taken to postpone the coronation on 4 May, the day on which Gloucester and the prince entered London.He also postponed the coronation of Edward V until 9 November.It was rumoured that Frederick had attempted to encourage Alexander to crown or at least support the coronation of his son Henry.
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