Definition of 'enshrine'
Example sentences containing 'enshrine'
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The residents ' lounge must surely enshrine the last word in moral censoriousness. PASSION IN THE PEAK (2004)I will enshrine your beauty and your being in a medium that is beyond the power of time to corrupt and destroy. COMPULSION (2004)Somehow, it seemed to enshrine everything that had happened to him since he first prized it from the packed sand. AMAGANSETT (2004)
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Used Occasionally. enshrine is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'enshrine'
British English: enshrine VERB
If something such as an idea or a right is enshrined in something such as a constitution or law, it is protected by it.
This system is enshrined in the Constitution.
Definition of enshrine from the Collins English Dictionary
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