Examples of enshrine in a Sentence
some teachers tend to enshrine their personal preferences as sacred rules of English grammar
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But the bill's sponsor and author say the new law will further protect the rights enshrined in the constitution.
The episode has become enshrined in Canadian history as an act of great bravery against overwhelming odds.
With all of Vic Bubas’ accomplishments, John Mutka simply assumed the 1944 Lew Wallace graduate and former Duke coach was enshrined in the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
Amaterasu-Omikami, the sun goddess, is enshrined at Kotai Jingū.
For as long as monarchies have existed they’ve been enshrined and critiqued in works of art.
The comedy also revived the reputation of composer and lyricist Porter after several flops and enshrined Ms. Morison in theater history.
The Port Authority has spent two years searching for a chief executive, but the search failed in large part because legislators in New Jersey refused to pass a bill enshrining the position.
The measure, passed 18-18 with Wyman breaking the tie, helps preserve an open internet, and enshrines the concept of net neutrality into state statute.
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ENSHRINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enshrine for English Language Learners
: to remember and protect (someone or something that is valuable, admired, etc.)
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