decrown

Related to decrown: Discrown

decrown

(diːˈkraʊn)
vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to divest (a person) of the role of monarch
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When Alicia put on weight after winning the title, Trump initially threatened to decrown her.
This humorous focalization of Mr Barrett decrowns his figure of authority.
All these events constitute to the act of decrowning; however, the decrowned body is absent in its concrete form.
Gutierrez had to be decrowned on live telecast to give way to the rightful queen.
It saw women as a minoritized, misused and misrepresented gender, socio-politically "corralled" in metaphoric socio-religious ghettoes, decrowned and disfranchised.
Contact with life decrowns what we desire to crown or limit through hierarchical stasis: "Carnival was the true feast of time, the feast of becoming, change, and renewal.
Romola has, in fact, been decrowned before she has ever been crowned--Tessa and Romola become decrowning doubles.
Following moderate to intense burns in these uplands, decrowned palms experience elevated light availability for periods of [greater than or equal to] 1 yr (Abrahamson 1984b, Abrahamson et al.
The carnival act of decrowning/crowning traditionally includes a thrashing of the decrowned king.
Gutierrez had to be decrowned on live telecast to give way to the rightful queen the Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach.
Gutierrez also blasted the Miss Universe Organization for its handling of the situation, saying that being decrowned in front of the cameras was not a fair way of handling the situation.
She eventually won the crown during the most controversial Miss Universe pageant yet after host Steve Harvey made the mistake of crowning the wrong queen Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez, who had to be decrowned on live television to give way to the rightful queen.