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Synonyms for Crown

top

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cap

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strike

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the Crown: monarch

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the Crown: monarchy

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to put a topping on

to reach or bring to a climax

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the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy

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the part of a tooth above the gum that is covered with enamel

a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory

an ornamental jeweled headdress signifying sovereignty

the part of a hat (the vertex) that covers the crown of the head

an English coin worth 5 shillings

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the upper branches and leaves of a tree or other plant

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the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)

the award given to the champion

the top of the head

(dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth

the center of a cambered road

invest with regal power

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be the culminating event

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form the topmost part of

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put an enamel cover on

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References in classic literature ?
Or, if so please you,'' said Isaac, willing to curry favour with the outlaws, ``I can send to York for the six hundred crowns, out of certain monies in my hands, if so be that the most reverend Prior present will grant me a quittance.
I am a broken and impoverished man; a beggar's staff must be my portion through life, supposing I were to pay you fifty crowns.
But since ye require me to put a price upon this caitiff, I tell you openly that ye will wrong yourselves if you take from him a penny under a thousand crowns.
As to the fifteen hundred crowns -- that would be paying too dear for what a little vigilance would procure him for nothing.
there are my three hundred thousand crowns broken into.
I will recall to these gentlemen, that in the deposition taken at his bedside, the assassinated officer, while declaring that he had a vague idea when the black man accosted him that the latter might be the surly monk, added that the phantom had pressed him eagerly to go and make acquaintance with the accused; and upon his, the captain's, remarking that he had no money, he had given him the crown which the said officer paid to la Falourdel.
You shall raise up for me a palace fairer than this, and if you can work that miracle I will grant your prayer or lose my kingly crown.
First the Queen, known by the silver lilies on her snowy robe and the bright crown in her hair, beside whom fIew a band of Elves in crimson and gold, making sweet music on their flower-trumpets, while all around, with smiling faces and bright eyes, fluttered her loving subjects.
If her crown of life had been an insurance policy, she would have had an opportunity to collect on it the first time she fell.
It is not good judgment to fit a crown of life upon a city which has been destroyed six times.
But I do not understand how the room at the Crown can be safer for you than your father's house.
If it can be contrived to be at the Crown, papa, it will be very convenient for the horses.