To invest with sovereign power or with the authority of high office.(verb-transitive)
To raise to a lofty position; exalt.(verb-transitive)
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Use "enthrone" in a sentence
"For it is the collision between the civil interests and the interests which the unlearned heroic ages enthrone, that is coming off here."
"I can't wait to have it blessed on Divine Mercy Sunday and to "enthrone" it …."
"A cynic remarked that 'you mustn't enthrone ignorance just because there is so much of it.'"