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  • noun Plural form of crownet.


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  • Walk’d crowns and crownets, realms and islands were

    Act V. Scene II. Antony and Cleopatra

  • It was nigh four of the clock ere her Grace came from the Abbey; and she came in a gown of purple velvet, with the crown upon her head, and every noble and noble lady following in cramoisie, and on their heads crownets [the old form of the word coronet] of gold.

    Robin Tremayne A Story of the Marian Persecution

  • It could not be said of these sweeping reformers and dictators in the republic of letters, that "in their train walked crowns and crownets; that realms and islands, like plates, dropt from their pockets": but they were surrounded, in company with the Muses, by a mixed rabble of idle apprentices and Botany Bay convicts, female vagrants, gipsies, meek daughters in the family of

    Lectures on the English Poets Delivered at the Surrey Institution

  • Walk'd crowns and crownets; realms and islands were

    The Valve

  • Walk'd crowns and crownets; realms and islands were

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Did Mrs. Mudd see a carriage and four drive through the town that morning? it seemed to be a widow-lady's, with crownets and them there things, supporters and four horses: she wondered where it went; for she did not see it put up at the George, so shesupposed it went through: she supposed it was come to some of their great neighbors; they all herded together, and spoilt the neighbourhood.

    The Countess and Gertrude; Or, Modes of Discipline

  • Walk’d crowns and crownets; realms and islands were

    The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra


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