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Definition of "crowning" []

  • Present participle of crown. (verb)
  • Supreme; of a surpassing quality or quantity. (adjective)
  • A coronation. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "crowning" in a sentence
  • "Maida and Beechy had already been for a walk with Sir Ralph and Mr. Barrymore, who had taken them up by a labyrinth of wooded paths to an old ruined castle which they described as crowning the head of the promontory."
  • "D'Souza began his storied career with his own vision, as he climbed the ranks from a secretary to the Archbishop studying architecture, to an associate pastor in Malton, a pastor in Don Mills, and then to what he calls his crowning achievement - the building of the St. Francis church on Mavis Rd. from the ground up in 1999."
  • "Her biggest crowning is the constant defending and making excuses for her husband."