Definition of Enthrones

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enthrone) ¹



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Definition of Enthrones

1. enthrone [v] - See also: enthrone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enthrones

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enthrallers
enthralling
enthrallingly
enthrallment
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enthroned
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enthrones (current term)
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enthusiasm
enthusiasms
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Literary usage of Enthrones

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. 'Gather up the fragments', notes of Bible classes, by C.P. (taken down by a by Catherine Pennefather (1869)
"and enthrones Him there; then he places Him before us as the Firstborn in all creation, and enthrones him there; and then as the Firstborn in the new ..."

2. History of Christian Doctrine by George Park Fisher (1896)
"The one enthrones feeling, the other enthrones understanding, in the seat of authority. They are different forms of a one-sided subjectivism. ..."

3. Essays and Addresses: Religious, Literary and Social by Phillips Brooks (1894)
"The first enthrones a creed. The second enthrones a person. Of the second sort, not of the first, is the Christianity of the New Testament; ..."

4. 'Gather up the fragments', notes of Bible classes, by C.P. (taken down by a by Catherine Pennefather (1869)
"and enthrones Him there; then he places Him before us as the Firstborn in all creation, and enthrones him there; and then as the Firstborn in the new ..."

5. History of Christian Doctrine by George Park Fisher (1896)
"The one enthrones feeling, the other enthrones understanding, in the seat of authority. They are different forms of a one-sided subjectivism. ..."

6. Essays and Addresses: Religious, Literary and Social by Phillips Brooks (1894)
"The first enthrones a creed. The second enthrones a person. Of the second sort, not of the first, is the Christianity of the New Testament; ..."

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