Examples of enshrine in a Sentence
some teachers tend to enshrine their personal preferences as sacred rules of English grammar
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He was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August.
Nightmare’ Starmer seeks to enshrine in the legislation the government’s plan for a two-year transition period after Brexit.
The next Lions player that will be enshrined in Canton, in all likelihood, is Johnson.
Their names should be enshrined on government buildings, yet few, in fact, are known.
Favre was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016, and Brady will be a lock to join him.
As luck would have it, GCHJ was poised to enshrine many of them in law.
Former Washington Continentals, IU Hoosiers and Indiana Pacers star George McGinnis will be enshrined Friday in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
And yet Trump sees no difference between Robert E. Lee, who committed treason to enshrine a system of human bondage in law forever and ever, and George Washington, who owned slaves but also helped invent the United States.
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Origin and Etymology of enshrine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsaggrandize, canonize, deify, dignify, elevate, ennoble, exalt, ensky, enthrone, glorify, magnify
Antonymsabase, degrade, demean, humble, humiliate
Related Wordsboost, lift, promote, raise, upgrade, uplift; heighten, intensify; idealize, romanticize, sanitize, sugarcoat; acclaim, extol (also extoll), honor, laud, praise
Near Antonymsbelittle, decry, depreciate, detract, disparage, minimize
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