uncrowned

[uhn-kround]

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English uncrouned. See un-1, crowned

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uncrown

[uhn-kroun]
verb (used with object)
1.
to deprive or divest of a crown.
2.
to reduce from dignity or preeminence.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English uncrounen. See un-2, crown

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uncrowned (ʌnˈkraʊnd)
 
adj
1.  having the power of royalty without the title
2.  not having yet assumed the crown
3.  uncrowned king, uncrowned queen a man or woman of high status among a certain group

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The four-year-old-first crown prince and then uncrowned pretender-served nine decades longer, with brains and charm.
Design of facilities should ensure uncrowned conditions for staff and clients.
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