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English definition of “uncrowned”

uncrowned

adjective uk   /ˌʌnˈkraʊnd/ us  
uncrowned king/queen a man or woman who is considered to be the best, the most famous, or the most powerful in a particular area of life, especially when they do not have an official rank or title: Django Reinhardt, the uncrowned king of jazz guitarists
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