coronet (n.)
small crown [inferior to one worn by the sovereign]
1H6 V.iv.134[Alen??on to Winchester, of Charles] Must he then ... / Adorn his temples with a coronet
JC I.ii.236[Casca to Brutus, of offering Caesar a crown] 'twas not a crown neither, 'twas one of these coronets
KL I.i.139.1[Lear to Cornwall and Albany] This coronet part between you
KL I.i.32.1[stage direction] Enter one bearing a coronet
Tem I.ii.114[Prospero to Miranda, of Antonio's attitude towards Naples] do him homage, / Subject his coronet to his crown
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