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Synonyms for enthrone

provide with power and authority

put a monarch on the throne


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The king, in prison, will not be for you the cause of embarrassment that you have been for the king enthroned.
Anne and Priscilla and Phil had awaited her advent rather dubiously; but when Aunt Jamesina was enthroned in the rocking chair before the open fire they figuratively bowed down and worshipped her.
Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money-power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed.
De Backker, from Hoogstraten, offers a 15th-century reliquary from Nuremberg, complete with tower and turrets in gilded copper, and a startling polychrome pine sculpture of the Madonna Enthroned with Child (c.
THE thirteenth Archbishop of Wales will be enthroned at a national service next month.
Archbishop John, who will be enthroned at Brecon cathedral in due course, said: "I am overwhelmed and humbled.
The language is figurative, he argues, and the heavenly temple is a metaphor for the eschatological dwelling of God with his people in the world to come where Christ is now enthroned.
Every time a new beauty queen is enthroned, many try to mimic her, but KC Concepcion's half-sister Cloie Syquia-Skarne need not try hard because, in the first place, netizens have found her to be Miss Universe 2016 Iris Mittenaere's doppelganger.
Shahid Shinwari enthroned as vice- president of the cabinet.
A meditating Buddha, enthroned on the coils of a giant serpent, multi-headed and-hooded, emerged as a Mahayana icon in Sri Lanka in the 8th century, then among the Mons of the Peninsula, and reached the Khmer empire in the 10th century, where it would eventually be reproduced on a massive scale and erected as the supreme icon in the central sanctuary of the Bayon, Angkor's first Buddhist state temple built by King Jayavarman VII.
1980: Robert Runcie was enthroned as the 102nd Archbishop of Canterbury.
Beji Caid Essebsi had sent, the day before, a message of condolences to King Salman who was enthroned, Friday, after the death of King Abdullah.
1980: Robert Runcie (pictured) was enthroned as the 102nd Archbishop of Canterbury.
The former Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, who was enthroned at Durham Cathedral on February 22, has pledged to use the position to tackle poverty in the region and joined 25 other church leaders in condemning "punitive" welfare reforms.
He was enthroned in a special ceremony at Durham Cathedral on Saturday.