Definition of uncrowned in English:

uncrowned

Line breaks: un|crowned
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkraʊnd
 
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adjective

Not formally crowned as a monarch: the as yet uncrowned King Edward I figurative the uncrowned king of Berlin
More example sentences
  • A man of such power, they called him ‘the uncrowned king of Scotland’.
  • Richard, of royal blood, decided he wanted to be undisputed king, so the uncrowned child-king Edward and his little brother Richard Duke of York ended up murdered in the Tower in 1483.
  • Despite his contributions to Bath's prosperity and the establishment of its Mineral Water Hospital, the corporation coldly watched its uncrowned king slide into poverty, but interred him in Bath abbey.

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