Who could suppose this grand-mannered lady, with her coroneted anecdotes and delicious breeding, the daughter of that thing?
It was luxury for a coroneted lass, if one went back a dozen centuries.
This proud dame had married her daughter as if by main force to a coroneted lord of hereditary acres.
He begged of high and low—of the shoeless cottage brat and the coroneted duke.
On the envelope was a coroneted crest, and on opening it he saw the name of Olga Petrovic.
The village was full of coroneted carriages, whose masters were nobles of every nation, and every reputation.
Some hold that virtue in rags is less worth than vice when coroneted.
The old surgeon was delighted to speak to a coroneted carriage in the midst of the full Strand: he ran out bowing and smiling.
Tristram March held a coroneted note in his hands while he made this announcement to the company.
Delicately, with a coroneted handkerchief, he had wiped his face and was then mopping at his shirt.