Examples of enshrine in a Sentence
some teachers tend to enshrine their personal preferences as sacred rules of English grammar
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Mrs May intends to enshrine her proposals in a treaty.
Some Democrats are also looking to enshrine in state law net neutrality rules — which require an equal playing field on the internet — after the Federal Communications Commission dumped the regulations.
The General Assembly concluded this year’s legislative session Saturday without passing a bill to enshrine the protections of Roe v. Wade in state law in case the Supreme Court overturns it.
Other questions include whether to enshrine new, lower retirement ages — 60 for women, 65 for men.
Supporters don’t want to enshrine specific tax rates into the constitution, which would then require voter approval to change them.
Canton voters try to enshrine players from different positions each year.
Yet the Verizon Hall stage – where the Philadelphia Orchestra will perform the opera May 12, 16, and 19 — wasn’t made for any kind of scenery, existing more to enshrine star talents in concert.
For Mexico, the political calculus includes a desire by the current government to enshrine certain rules on privatizing energy industries through NAFTA before a potentially new president takes office and makes that impossible.
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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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