What is another word for coronet?

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[ kˈɒɹənˌɛt], [ kˈɒɹənˌɛt], [ k_ˈɒ_ɹ_ə_n_ˌɛ_t]

Coronet is a term which refers to a small crown worn by a person of royalty or nobility. Synonyms for coronet include diadem, tiara, circlet, chaplet, crest and garland. A diadem is typically a jeweled headband worn by a monarch or queen. A tiara is a type of headband worn by women of royalty or by brides on their wedding day. A circlet is a small crown without arches, while a chaplet is a garland or wreath of flowers worn on the head. A crest is a decorative piece of metal or fabric attached to a helmet worn by knights and soldiers. Finally, a garland is a wreath of flowers or leaves worn on the head or used as a decoration.

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Usage examples for Coronet

"First," said she, "I wish to be a beautiful princess, dressed in robes of satin sewn with gold, my face all clean and shining, and on my head a coronet of pearls."
"The Green Forest Fairy Book"
Loretta Ellen Brady
Little Sweep's rags fell from her suddenly, and she stood before him, a beautiful princess robed in satin, and on her haughty brow a coronet of pearls.
"The Green Forest Fairy Book"
Loretta Ellen Brady
On the other hand, assuming that the reporter was the intended recipient, what hidden meaning was Granger supposed to read into a ducal coronet?
"The Gray Phantom's Return"
Herman Landon

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