[ en-skahy ]

verb (used with object),en·skied or en·skyed, en·sky·ing.
  1. to place in or as if in the heavens; exalt.

Origin of ensky

First recorded in 1595–1605; en-1 + sky

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How to use ensky in a sentence

  • Can it be that Virginians would hold her less "a thing enskyed and saintly" if they knew her to have been a widow?

    The Birth of the Nation | Mrs. Roger A. Pryor