verb (used with object), en·throned, en·thron·ing.
Examples from the Web for enthrone
First, Americans have to understand that they should not enthrone democracy as an end in itself.Leslie H. Gelb on Egypt, Syria: Take a Deep Breath, America|Leslie H. Gelb|June 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
From 1831 to 1837 revolt was in the air, and in 1835 came the great revolt of the Mohammedans, who attempted to enthrone a queen.The Negro|W.E.B. Du Bois
As yet the way to subdue technicalities and enthrone design has not been discovered.
We have attempted to enthrone any chance majority and make it rule by divine right.Darkwater|W. E. B. Du Bois
British Dictionary definitions for enthrone
Word Origin and History for enthrone
c.1600, from en- (1) + throne. Replacing enthronize (late 14c.), from Old French introniser (13c.), from Late Latin inthronizare, from Greek enthronizein, from en "in" (see en- (2)) + thronos "throne" (see throne). Related: Enthroned; enthroning.