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en·throne

 (ĕn-thrōn′)
tr.v. en·throned, en·thron·ing, en·thrones
1.
a. To seat on a throne.
b. To invest with sovereign power or with the authority of high office.
2. To raise to a lofty position.

en·throne′ment n.

enthrone

(ɛnˈθrəʊn)
vb
1. to place on a throne
2. to honour or exalt
3. to assign authority to
enˈthronement, enˌthroniˈsation, enˌthroniˈzation n

en•throne

(ɛnˈθroʊn)

v.t. -throned, -thron•ing.
1. to place on or as if on a throne.
2. to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority.
3. to exalt.
[1600–10]
en•throne′ment, n.

enthrone


Past participle: enthroned
Gerund: enthroning

Imperative
enthrone
enthrone
Present
I enthrone
you enthrone
he/she/it enthrones
we enthrone
you enthrone
they enthrone
Preterite
I enthroned
you enthroned
he/she/it enthroned
we enthroned
you enthroned
they enthroned
Present Continuous
I am enthroning
you are enthroning
he/she/it is enthroning
we are enthroning
you are enthroning
they are enthroning
Present Perfect
I have enthroned
you have enthroned
he/she/it has enthroned
we have enthroned
you have enthroned
they have enthroned
Past Continuous
I was enthroning
you were enthroning
he/she/it was enthroning
we were enthroning
you were enthroning
they were enthroning
Past Perfect
I had enthroned
you had enthroned
he/she/it had enthroned
we had enthroned
you had enthroned
they had enthroned
Future
I will enthrone
you will enthrone
he/she/it will enthrone
we will enthrone
you will enthrone
they will enthrone
Future Perfect
I will have enthroned
you will have enthroned
he/she/it will have enthroned
we will have enthroned
you will have enthroned
they will have enthroned
Future Continuous
I will be enthroning
you will be enthroning
he/she/it will be enthroning
we will be enthroning
you will be enthroning
they will be enthroning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enthroning
you have been enthroning
he/she/it has been enthroning
we have been enthroning
you have been enthroning
they have been enthroning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enthroning
you will have been enthroning
he/she/it will have been enthroning
we will have been enthroning
you will have been enthroning
they will have been enthroning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enthroning
you had been enthroning
he/she/it had been enthroning
we had been enthroning
you had been enthroning
they had been enthroning
Conditional
I would enthrone
you would enthrone
he/she/it would enthrone
we would enthrone
you would enthrone
they would enthrone
Past Conditional
I would have enthroned
you would have enthroned
he/she/it would have enthroned
we would have enthroned
you would have enthroned
they would have enthroned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enthrone - provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
instal, install - put into an office or a position; "the new president was installed immediately after the election"
consecrate, ordinate, ordain, order - appoint to a clerical posts; "he was ordained in the Church"
coronate, crown - invest with regal power; enthrone; "The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"
enthrone, throne - put a monarch on the throne; "The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago"
ordain - invest with ministerial or priestly authority; "The minister was ordained only last month"
2.enthrone - put a monarch on the throne; "The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago"
enthrone, vest, invest - provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
dethrone - remove a monarch from the throne; "If the King does not abdicate, he will have to be dethroned"
Translations
يُجْلِسُ على العَرْش
krone
trónra emel
setja í hásæti; krÿna
celt tronī
tahta çıkarmak

enthrone

[ɪnˈθrəʊn] VT (lit) → entronizar (fig) [+ idea] → consagrar

enthrone

[ɪnˈθrəʊn] vt
(= crown) [+ monarch] → introniser
to be enthroned → être intronisé(e)
[+ bishop] → sacrer
to be enthroned → être sacré(e)
to be enthroned as sth → être sacré qch
(= establish) [+ idea] → établir
to be enthroned [idea] → être établi(e)

enthrone

vtinthronisieren; bishopfeierlich einsetzen; to sit enthronedthronen

enthrone

[ɛnˈθrəʊn] vt (frm) (king, queen) → intronizzare, collocare sul trono

enthrone

(inˈθrəun) verb
to place on a throne; to crown (as a king, queen, bishop etc). The queen was enthroned with great ceremony.
enˈthronement noun
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His father - that iron gentleman - had long ago enthroned himself on the heights of the Disruption Principles.
Clothed in a mantle of dazzling gold or draped in rags of black clouds like a beggar, the might of the Westerly Wind sits enthroned upon the western horizon with the whole North Atlantic as a footstool for his feet and the first twinkling stars making a diadem for his brow.
The younger lady was in the lovely bloom and spring-time of womanhood; at that age, when, if ever angels be for God's good purposes enthroned in mortal forms, they may be, without impiety, supposed to abide in such as hers.
In both, there were several knots of loungers, squalid and miserable, but now with a manifest sense of power enthroned on their distress.
Behind it came another of the same form, with another aged man enthroned, who, stopping the cart, said in a voice no less solemn than that of the first, "I am the sage Alquife, the great friend of Urganda the Unknown," and passed on.
Dorothea, he said to himself, was forever enthroned in his soul: no other woman could sit higher than her footstool; and if he could have written out in immortal syllables the effect she wrought within him, he might have boasted after the example of old Drayton, that,--
There he sits enthroned, with room for a fair admirer on either side of him--the clerical sultan of a platonic harem.
Standing behind the chair on which his imperious young wife sat enthroned, he looked at her submissively between every two words that he addressed to me, as if he waited for her permission to open his lips and speak.
Long afterwards he remembered perhaps how one evening he had stood among the crowd tiptoeing and eager to catch a glimpse of the great Queen as she sat enthroned on a golden chair.
And Jo pointed from the lively lads in the distance to her father, leaning on the Professor's arm, as they walked to and fro in the sunshine, deep in one of the conversations which both enjoyed so much, and then to her mother, sitting enthroned among her daughters, with their children in her lap and at her feet, as if all found help and happiness in the face which never could grow old to them.
When Wordsworth was enthroned they carried pocket copies; and when Shelley was belittled they allowed him to grow dusty on their shelves.
It was known that she had insisted on sending her own carpenter to look into the possibility of taking down the end panel of the front pew, and to measure the space between the seat and the front; but the result had been discouraging, and for one anxious day her family had watched her dallying with the plan of being wheeled up the nave in her enormous Bath chair and sitting enthroned in it at the foot of the chancel.