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:Probably not, but can you think of a better, other than ''"crowned'' which is being disambiguated/defined ? -- [[User:Simoncursitor|Simoncursitor]]
 
:Probably not, but can you think of a better, other than ''"crowned'' which is being disambiguated/defined ? -- [[User:Simoncursitor|Simoncursitor]]
 
::I don't have my OED handy, but dictionary.com claims that both Random House and Webster dictionaries have "coronated" listed.  [[User:AlexandreDavigne|AlexandreDavigne]] 06:04, 30 November 2006 (EST)
 
::I don't have my OED handy, but dictionary.com claims that both Random House and Webster dictionaries have "coronated" listed.  [[User:AlexandreDavigne|AlexandreDavigne]] 06:04, 30 November 2006 (EST)
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How about "when royalty undergo an coronation ceremony" ?.  I'm not sure undergo is the best word, but I'm sure you get my gist about changing the tense to fix the wording.[[User:Tiff|Tiff]]

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Is coronated a real word? Conrad Leviston 00:08, 30 November 2006 (EST)

Probably not, but can you think of a better, other than "crowned which is being disambiguated/defined ? -- Simoncursitor
I don't have my OED handy, but dictionary.com claims that both Random House and Webster dictionaries have "coronated" listed. AlexandreDavigne 06:04, 30 November 2006 (EST)

How about "when royalty undergo an coronation ceremony" ?. I'm not sure undergo is the best word, but I'm sure you get my gist about changing the tense to fix the wording.Tiff