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  • 1Crown — (kroun), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Crowned} (kround); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crowning}.] [OE. coronen, corunen, crunien, crounien, OF. coroner, F. couronner, fr. L. coronare, fr. corona a crown. See {Crown}, n.] 1. To cover, decorate, or invest with a… …

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  • 2crown — I. n. 1. Diadem. 2. Royalty, kingly power, sovereignty. 3. Coronet, coronal, garland, chaplet, wreath, laurel, bays. 4. Dignity, honor, reward, recompense, honorary distinction. 5. Top, summit, crest. II. v. a. 1 …

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  • 3crown — crownless, adj. /krown/, n. 1. any of various types of headgear worn by a monarch as a symbol of sovereignty, often made of precious metal and ornamented with valuable gems. 2. a similar ornamental headgear worn by a person designated king or… …

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  • 4crown — /kraʊn / (say krown) noun 1. an ornamental wreath or garland for the head, conferred by the ancients as a mark of victory or distinction. 2. honorary distinction; reward. 3. a decorative fillet or covering for the head, worn as a symbol of… …

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  • 5crown — [[t]kraʊn[/t]] n. 1) gov any of various types of headgear, often made of precious metal and set with gems, worn by a monarch as a symbol of sovereignty 2) gov the power or dominion of a sovereign 3) gov (often cap.) the sovereign as head of the… …

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  • 6crown — n. & v. n. 1 a monarch s ornamental and usu. jewelled head dress. 2 (the Crown) a the monarch, esp. as head of State. b the power or authority residing in the monarchy. 3 a a wreath of leaves or flowers etc. worn on the head, esp. as an emblem of …

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  • 7Crown — n. & v. n. 1 a monarch s ornamental and usu. jewelled head dress. 2 (the Crown) a the monarch, esp. as head of State. b the power or authority residing in the monarchy. 3 a a wreath of leaves or flowers etc. worn on the head, esp. as an emblem of …

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  • 8crown — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English coroune, crowne, from Anglo French corone, from Latin corona wreath, crown, from Greek korōnē culmination, something curved like a crow s beak, literally, crow; akin to Latin cornix crow …

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  • 9crown — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. coronate, wreathe, enthrone, adorn, invest, install; top, cap, head, crest; complete, perfect, round out, finish. See completion, impulse, height. n. chaplet, circlet, diadem, coronet, aureole;… …

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  • 10Crown Las Vegas — An artist s impression of the Crown once completed General information Status Never built Type …

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  • 11Crown Worldwide Group — Type Privately owned Industry Transportation, Relocation services, Logistics, Records Management, Storage, Facilities Management Founded …

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  • 12Crown Fibre Holdings — (CFH) is a New Zealand state owned company building a fibre to the home network by means of a public private partnership. It aims to spend NZ$1.5b and connect 75% of New Zealand s population. It was created as part of National Party s 2008… …

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  • 13crown — ► NOUN 1) a circular ornamental headdress worn by a monarch as a symbol of authority. 2) (the Crown) the monarchy or reigning monarch. 3) a wreath of leaves or flowers worn as an emblem of victory, especially in ancient Greece or Rome. 4) an… …

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  • 14Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom — This article is about the Crown Jewels of England, and those added since the Union of the Crowns in 1603. For the Scottish Crown Jewels, see Honours of Scotland. For the Welsh Crown Jewels, see Honours of Wales. Coronation Chair and Regalia of… …

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  • 15crown — Synonyms and related words: Her Highness, Her Majesty, His Majesty, O, Old Mug, achievement, acme, aggrandize, alerion, all, animal charge, anklet, annular muscle, annulet, annulus, anoint, apex, apogee, apotheose, apotheosize, areola, argent,… …

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  • 16Crown Loan — A loan with no set maturity date, These loans are typically made by a wealthy parent or grandparent to a lower income child or grandchild. They are named after Harry Crown, a Chicago industrialist, who first used this type of loan so the borrower …

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  • 17invest — Synonyms and related words: accommodate, afford, allot, anoint, apparel, arm, array, attire, authorize, base, bedeck, bedrape, beleaguer, bequeath, beset, besiege, bless with, blockade, box, budget, build, build in, bundle up, buy in, buy into,… …

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  • 18crown — noun 1》 a circular ornamental headdress worn by a monarch as a symbol of authority.     ↘(the Crown) the monarchy or reigning monarch.     ↘a wreath of leaves or flowers, especially that worn as an emblem of victory in ancient Greece or Rome. 2》… …

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  • 19crown — 1. noun 1) a jeweled crown Syn: coronet, diadem, circlet, tiara; literary coronal 2) the world heavyweight crown Syn: title, award, accolade, distinction; trophy, cup, medal …

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  • 20To crown a knot — Crown Crown (kroun), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Crowned} (kround); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crowning}.] [OE. coronen, corunen, crunien, crounien, OF. coroner, F. couronner, fr. L. coronare, fr. corona a crown. See {Crown}, n.] 1. To cover, decorate, or invest… …

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