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Synonyms for crownless

not (especially not yet) provided with a crown


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Thou, thy race lie pale and low, Pierced by shafts of many a bow; And the falchion [broad sword] by thy side, To thy heart, thy hand shall guide: Crownless, breathless, headless fall, Son and sire, the house of Saul
As befits the hidden monarch, he carries a prop that identifies him, in this case the traditional sword, which comes, as is proper, with a prophecy stating, "Renewed shall be the blade that was broken, / The crownless again shall be king" (170)--and indeed, only one page later Aragorn, heir of Elendil and Isildur, displays his sword, "and they saw that the blade was indeed broken a foot below the hilt" (171), and a mere 796 pages later, he is crowned king of Gondor (967).
Homeless, crownless daughterless Lear may have it bad.
The spirit thou wert proud to call thine own, Still round thy thoughts, a broken wreck, shall cling And sit, upbraiding thee, a crownless king In the poor ruined heart that thou wouldst leave so lone.
During that period, each successive Register saw a reduction in crownless species with highs of 28 found in 1984, 36 in 1994, and 44 in 2000.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken a light from the shadows shall spring renewed shall be blade that was broken the crownless again shall be king.
When she is naked, barefoot and crownless, she walks silently along the palace corridors flanked by the eunuchs.
Talking to Media persons on the grave of the Legendry Actress at Kakshal Peshawar, which was renovated by the Culture Department, the Minister said that the late actress was the crownless queen of Film Screen and pioneer of Pashto Film Industry.
As Aragorn says of the song in Gandalf's letter to Frodo, the verses "All that is gold does not glitter, / Not all those who wander are lost" "go with th[e] name" Aragorn, and the closing verses of this refrain are "Renewed shall be blade that was broken, / The crownless again shall be king" (I.