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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Crown(noun)

    the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy

    "the colonies revolted against the Crown"

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  2. crown(noun)

    the part of a tooth above the gum that is covered with enamel

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  3. crown(noun)

    a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  4. crown, diadem(noun)

    an ornamental jeweled headdress signifying sovereignty

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  5. crown(noun)

    the part of a hat (the vertex) that covers the crown of the head

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  6. crown(noun)

    an English coin worth 5 shillings

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  7. crown, treetop(noun)

    the upper branches and leaves of a tree or other plant

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  8. peak, crown, crest, top, tip, summit(noun)

    the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)

    "the view from the peak was magnificent"; "they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"; "the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"

    wind, hint, top of the inning, cap, bloom, heyday, diadem, efflorescence, treetop, bakshis, teetotum, pate, upper side, backsheesh, visor, confidential information, crest, round top, circus tent, peak, poll, elevation, point, pourboire, upside, lead, vizor, prime, big top, baksheesh, apex, steer, pennant, eyeshade, bill, extremum, top side, whirligig, bakshish, meridian, blossom, acme, gratuity, pinnacle, flower, flush, cover, spinning top, summit meeting, jacket crown, top, superlative, jacket, tiptop, vertex, summit, tip, crownwork, height

  9. pennant, crown(noun)

    the award given to the champion

    pennon, streamer, jacket, waft, crest, pennant, tip, jacket crown, poll, pate, cap, top, diadem, summit, treetop, peak, crownwork

  10. pate, poll, crown(noun)

    the top of the head

    public opinion poll, jacket, crest, pennant, tip, jacket crown, canvass, pate, poll, poll parrot, cap, top, diadem, summit, treetop, opinion poll, peak, crownwork

  11. crown, crownwork, jacket, jacket crown, cap(noun)

    (dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth

    "tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown"

    cap, detonator, crest, pennant, capital, tip, roof, poll, pate, jacket, crownwork, ceiling, chapiter, top, diadem, jacket crown, treetop, detonating device, hood, pileus, peak, summit

  12. crown, crest(verb)

    the center of a cambered road

    peak, top, crownwork, pate, summit, jacket, jacket crown, pennant, diadem, cap, crest, tip, treetop, poll

  13. crown, coronate(verb)

    invest with regal power; enthrone

    "The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"

    top, coronate

  14. crown, top(verb)

    be the culminating event

    "The speech crowned the meeting"

    overstep, top, coronate, lead, go past, top off, top out, transcend, clear, pinch, pass, exceed

  15. crown(verb)

    form the topmost part of

    "A weather vane crowns the building"

    top, coronate

  16. crown(verb)

    put an enamel cover on

    "crown my teeth"

    top, coronate


  1. crown(noun)

    Splendor, finish, culmination.

    crown achievement

    splendour, splendor, completion, culmination, finish

  2. crown(noun)

    Specifically, a former British coin worth five shillings.


  3. crown(noun)

    top, peak, apex, summit

    foot, bottom

  4. crown(noun)


  5. crown(noun)

    Of, related to, or pertaining to a crown.

    crown prince

    award, honor, garland, honour, prize, wreath

  6. crown(noun)

    Of, related to, pertaining to the top of a tree or trees.

    a crown fire


  7. crown(noun)

    Of a baby, during the birthing process; for the surface of the baby's head to appear in the vaginal opening.

    The mother was in the second stage of labor and the fetus had just crowned, prompting a round of encouragement from the midwives.

    wreath, garland

  8. crown(noun)

    To cause to round upward; to make anything higher at the middle than at the edges, such as the face of a machine pulley.

    Treasure trove automatically becomes property of the Crown.

    monarchy, royalty

  9. crown(noun)

    To hit on the head

    apex, top

  10. crown(verb)

    In checkers, to stack two checkers to indicate that the piece has become a king.

    \u201CCrown me!\u201D I said, as I moved my checker to the back row.


Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. crown(n)

    top, crest, summit, head, brow, apex

    basement, base, bottom, floor, pavement, pedestal, foundation, foot, sole

  2. crown

    complete, consummate, seal, conclude

    mar, spoil, frustrate

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. crown(n.)


  2. crown(n.)

    royalty, kingly power, sovereignty

  3. crown(n.)

    coronet, coronal, garland, chaplet, wreath, laurel, bays

  4. crown(n.)

    dignity, honor, reward, recompense, honorary distinction

  5. crown(n.)

    top, summit, crest

  6. crown(v. a.)

    put a crown upon, invest with a crown

  7. crown(v. a.)

    adorn, dignify, honor

  8. crown(v. a.)

    recompense, reward, requite

  9. crown(v. a.)

    perfect, complete, finish, consummate

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. crown(n)

    diadem, coronet, corona, tiara, wreath, garland chaplet, coronal, laurel, bays, royalty, sovereignty, consummation, capsheaf, summit, top, crest, vertex, vortex, krone

    Associated words:
    coronal, coronary

  2. crown(v)

    consummate, complete

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How to use crown in a sentence?

  1. Ralph Nader:

    Our founders did not oust George III in order for us to crown Richard I.

  2. State John Kerry:

    In the last two days I have talked personally with his royal highness the deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who agreed that we need to try to move forward and we had a good conversation about it, and we know we can do it with countries that have a high ambient (temperature) challenge.

  3. Nesrin Aykac:

    WINTERING. Wintering is yet to over, lingering with its beauties. the days are passing slowly, one more winter's covering our spirits, with its rains, clouds and winds. The heaves of reddened leaves everywhere, embraced the soil, with the unforgettable smells of dry leaves. The crown-like rainbows smile over the clouds oftenly... Who knows how many winters we will live more? nessryn.

  4. Paul Barrett:

    Stegosaurus was actually an animal that could get up to 9 metres in length and weigh several tonnes, this is the average size tooth for a Stegosaurus; pretty tiny with a business end, the crown, that's really only a few millimetres across. So using these very tiny feeble teeth to fuel that big body has always been a bit of a mystery.

  5. Ehsan Sehgal:

    Living self-isolated and powerless with truth shows the greatness of humanity than the governing with the crown of lies.

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  • تاجArabic
  • це́мяBelarusian
  • теме, крона, коронясвам, корона, коронка, коронен, венец, кралска властBulgarian
  • corona, capçadaCatalan, Valencian
  • korunka, koruna, temeno, korunovatCzech
  • coronWelsh
  • isse, kroneDanish
  • Krone, Scheitel, krönen, kronen-German
  • κορώνα, κορυφή, στέμμα, κορφήGreek
  • krono, kroniEsperanto
  • cumbre, coronar, corona, coronillaSpanish
  • tipp, kroon, hambakroon, pealagi, lagipea, naelEstonian
  • تاجPersian
  • seppele, seppel, kruunata, päälaki, laki, seppelöidä, kruunu, keskitie, huippu, peräFinnish
  • couronne, lauriers, sommet, faîte, fond, couronner, cime, houppier, milieu, clef, couronnement, houpierFrench
  • baithisIrish
  • crùn, mullach, bàrr a' chinnScottish Gaelic
  • coroaGalician
  • כתר, הכתירHebrew
  • ताजHindi
  • korona, megkoronázHungarian
  • պսակ, թագArmenian
  • kronizar, krono, kronaIdo
  • kóróna, krúna, krýnaIcelandic
  • serto, cocuzzolo, calotta cranica, incoronare, chiave di volta, calotta, corona, capsula, ghirlanda, cima, vetta, sommità, centro, colmo, coronamento, diamanteItalian
  • クラウン, 頭頂, 王冠Japanese
  • გვირგვინიGeorgian
  • 정수리, 왕관, 王冠Korean
  • تاجKurdish
  • coronare, coronaLatin
  • KrounLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • karūnaLithuanian
  • vainags, kronisLatvian
  • kāmata, tāuru, tumuaki, tihi, karaunaMāori
  • теме, врв, круна, венец, краун, крунски, коронка, навлака, крунисуваMacedonian
  • mahkotaMalay
  • kroon, kroon-, hoofdband, kronen, midden, top, kroons-, krans, kruin, koning kronen, bekronen, bolDutch
  • krone, isseNorwegian
  • coronaOccitan
  • szczyt, korona, ciemięPolish
  • coroa, topo, alta, coroar, medalha de honra, cume, copaPortuguese
  • carugna, curuna, crunaRomansh
  • coroană, încorona, încununa, cununăRomanian
  • маковка, крона, коронка, пятка, крон-принц, венец, короновать, власть, тулья, темя, коронный, венчать, тренд, наследный, корона, венок, вершина, увенчивать, макушкаRussian
  • corona, curonaSardinian
  • kruna, теме, круна, temeSerbo-Croatian
  • korunný, korunovať, temenoSlovak
  • krona, kronati, okronati, kronski, temeSlovene
  • kurorëAlbanian
  • krona, hjässa, tandkrona, kron-Swedish
  • kirauni, tajiSwahili
  • taçTurkish
  • корона, тім'я, маківкаUkrainian
  • thóp, mũ miện, đỉnhVietnamese
  • houpîWalloon
  • 王冠Chinese
  • umqhele, isihloko, ukhakhayiZulu

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