Definition of uncrown in English:

uncrown

Syllabification: un·crown
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈkroun
 
/

verb

[with object]
Deprive (a monarch) of their ruling position.
More example sentences
  • In these festivals the working people would hold skits in which they would uncrown the king.
  • Warwick uncrowns him and sends him under arrest to the Archbishop of York.
  • He has no reason to speak to the Queen like that, even if she is uncrowned.

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