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EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ crown

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uncrown (third-person singular simple present uncrowns, present participle uncrowning, simple past and past participle uncrowned)

  1. To deprive of the monarchy.
    • 1902, Charles Robert Ashbee, Masque of the Edwards of England, page 7
      And in the reign of this king was it shown, how though God may choose a king and set him on a throne, [] yet a people is also of God, a part of God, and they may uncrown him, destroy him and cast him forth if he act unkingly.

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