having an (artificial) crown on a tooth;
"had many crowned teeth"
crowned with or as if with laurel symbolizing victory
provided with or as if with a crown or a crown as specified; often used in combination;
"a high-crowned hat"
"an orange-crowned bird"
"a crowned signet ring"
- The hill is crowned with a wood.
- The award of this prize crowned his career.
- The Queen was crowned with much ceremony.
- The Queen was crowned with all solemnity/with all the proper solemnities.
- She was crowned (queen) in 1952.
- The king was crowned with great pomp.
- The queen was crowned with proper ceremony.
- Trees crowned the hill.