1. verb [usu passive] When kings, queens, emperors, or bishops are enthroned, they officially take on their role during a special ceremony. [formal] [be V-ed] ⇒ Emperor Akihito of Japan has been enthroned in Tokyo. [be V-ed + as] ⇒ He is expected to be enthroned early next year as the spiritual leader of the Church of England. 2. verb
If an idea is enthroned, it has an important place in people's life or thoughts. [journalism] [V n] ⇒ He was forcing the State to enthrone a particular brand of modernism. [V-ed] ⇒ ...the religious fundamentalism now enthroned in American life.
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