Definition of Inthroned

1. Verb. (past of inthrone) ¹



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Definition of Inthroned

1. inthrone [v] - See also: inthrone

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inthroned

intexticated
intextine
intexts
intextured
intherest
inthral
inthrall
inthralled
inthralling
inthrallment
inthrallments
inthralls
inthrals
inthrill
inthrone
inthroned (current term)
inthrones
inthrong
inthronging
inthroning
inthronization
inthronizations
inthronize
inthronized
inthronizes
inthronizing
inti
intice
inticed
intices

Literary usage of Inthroned

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

1. Origines Liturgicae, Or, Antiquities of the English Ritual: And a by William Palmer (1845)
"Thus, in France, the archdeacon of Rheims appears to have inthroned the bishops of ... Eccl. inthroned by two of the com- Rit. lib. ic viii. art. x: § 19. ..."

2. Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books by William Blackstone, George Sharswood, Barron Field (1908)
"An archbishop is however said to be inthroned, not installed. In ancient times, the archbishop was ... The former are inthroned, the latter installed. ..."

3. The Ecclesiastical Law by Richard Burn, Robert Phillimore (1842)
"He is said to be inthroned, when he is vested in the archbishopric ; whereas bishops are said to be installed (n). In speaking and writing to him is given ..."

4. The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful by Great Britain Parliament (1751)
"... attended by a Reverend and Learned Prelacy, a great and full Nobility inthroned, like Stars ' in ..."

5. Diary of Francis Evans, Secretary to Bishop Lloyd, 1699-1706 by Francis Evans, David K. Robertson (1903)
"Wee got to Worcester and my Ld was inthroned there. Northfield. In Reg'ro Ep'ali Wigorn sic ... After my Ld was inthroned at Worcester he confirmed the ..."

6. The History of Limerick, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military, from the by John Ferrar (1787)
"... on the 8th - December, 1695, and inthroned in Limerick April 30, 1696. He was elected vice chancellor of Trinity College in 1714; he was for fome time ..."

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