For all my posing I made straight As, had a mouth full of braces, and played the coronet and the flugelhorn in the school band.
In the next division the charges were, in chief a coronet, in base an irradiated cloud.
"She may find her way to a coronet without that," said Davis, rudely.
There is not any necessity at the present day to represent any crown or coronet with the cap of estate within it.
This coronet and initials proclaim them to have been once your own.
It is set for that beautiful, bejewelled thing they call a coronet.
The carefully-packed articles were a coffin-plate and coronet.
She had braided her hair into a coronet, glossy, perfumed, perfect.
Nothing which Leo the Tenth could do for Erasmus could add lustre to his coronet.
I think that had he known that the lady had refused the coronet, that knowledge would have enhanced the value of the prize.