Definition of 'coronation'
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It was coronation chicken and red wine. The Sun (2016)There would always be a tub of coronation chicken. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At lunchtime she needed to swap coronation chicken for a chicken salad sandwich. The Sun (2008)And next to it some leftover coronation chicken. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The popularity of these encouraged more of the same for the new king 's coronation and marriage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you want to serve coronation chicken, serve coronation chicken. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Also, ask yourself how much coronation chicken can one man be expected to eat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In many streets the Coronation flags had been saved and brought out again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I did coronation chicken and potatoes and people brought bowls of strawberries. The Sun (2012)I make an awesome coronation chicken. The Sun (2013)Coronation Street is more reality than Towie. The Sun (2014)Coronation Street is better than that, more important. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Coronation Street insiders are keeping tight-lipped about who she will murder. The Sun (2009)I'd sit watching coronation Street and taking cocaine. The Sun (2013)At the end of the coronation ceremony itself, just prior to the mass, the monarch accepted a ritual homage from her bishops and peers. ELIZABETH AND MARY: Cousins, Rivals, Queens (2003)I stick to the coronation chicken and salad, hoping that the creamy, delicious sauce is not as creamy and delicious as it tastes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. coronation is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'coronation'
British English: coronation NOUN
A coronation is the ceremony at which a king or queen is crowned.
...the coronation of the new young king.
Definition of coronation from the Collins English Dictionary
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