enthrone

[ en-throhn ]
/ ɛnˈθroʊn /

verb (used with object), en·throned, en·thron·ing.

to place on or as on a throne.
to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority.
to exalt.

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Origin of enthrone

First recorded in 1600–10; en-1 + throne

OTHER WORDS FROM enthrone

re·en·throne, verb (used with object), re·en·throned, re·en·thron·ing.
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British Dictionary definitions for enthrone

enthrone
/ (ɛnˈθrəʊn) /

verb

to place on a throne
to honour or exalt
to assign authority to

Derived forms of enthrone

enthronement, noun
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