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Definition of "thrones" []

  • The ceremonial seat occupied by a monarch, bishop, etc on occasions of state (noun)
  • The power, duties, or rank ascribed to a royal person (noun)
  • A person holding royal rank (noun)
  • The third of the nine orders into which the angels are traditionally divided in medieval angelology (noun)
  • To place or be placed on a throne (verb)
  • Plural form of throne. (noun)

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Use "thrones" in a sentence
  • "No one could ask for a better companion or pet, even if he is occasionally a cowardly and cringing fellow, and quite entitled about his soft "thrones" - as can be seen in this picture from Meredith's room."
  • "But even where none are common there may still be degrees in rarity, and by the side of this general refreshment room was a smaller tent carpeted with Oriental rugs, and having inside it some half-dozen chairs, and two seats which can only be described as thrones, for Lady Ambermere or Olga"
  • "Heaven and earth and all that is m them (1Ch 29: 11; Ne 9: 6; Re 10: 6). invisible -- the world of spirits. thrones, or dominions -- lordships: the thrones are the greater of the two. principalities, or powers -- rather, "rules, or authorities": the former are stronger than the latter (compare Note, see on [2402] Eph 1: 21)."
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