Coronets [noun]

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For the third time she watched a coronet slip through her strong determined impotent fingers.

She was quite still while he arranged her coronet, looking up in his face with loving eyes, with a peaceful composure.

The bride's wreath is a Christian substitute for the gilt coronet all Jewish brides wore.

I see through it all, Julian Home; you would gladly get rid of me, that Violet may wear a coronet.

A grand barouche and pair dashes up to your door, probably with a ducal coronet on the panels.

They clothed the Duke in a robe of crimson trimmed with ermine, and put the ducal coronet of Brabant upon his head.

The coronet was still flashing on her flowing hair, the dim light shining on her bare neck and swan-white shoulders.

Upon his head he wore a coronet of curious design in lieu of helmet or other covering.

"I was gazing with all my eyes at the coronet on the panel," she answered, laughing.

They had calculated that their neighbour was on the high road to ruin, and that he would soon have nothing but his coronet left.