The act or ceremony of crowning a sovereign or the sovereign's consort.(noun)
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Use "coronation" in a sentence
"'I hear,' wrote Walpole of what he calls the coronation at Oxford, 'my Lord Westmoreland's own retinue was all be-James'd with true-blue ribands.'"
"However, not too many people tuned in for the debut causing it to receive a poor coronation from the Nielsens with only a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic and right around 6 million total viewers."
"Her notion that this election was 'stolen' from her is based upon her opinion that it was going to be a coronation from the beginning."