enthrone enthrone


  1. (v) provide with power and authority
  2. (v) put a monarch on the throne


Derived Word(s)


  1. Of these the Legitimists want to enthrone former King Alfonso XIII's third son Don Juan.
  2. We must subordinate material rewards and enthrone the things of the spirit.
  3. A Portuguese army had helped enthrone him, and for 30 years they let him reign supreme over his subjects.


  • Woodbine: Conquest Whiplash romps in Victoria Stakes

    ETOBICOKE, Ontario - Conquest Whiplash ($3.80) trounced the boys in her debut Saturday at Woodbine in the $153,000 Victoria Stakes. Conquest Whiplash broke outward and bumped Enthrone before darting out to the lead in the five-furlong dash.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form


  1. "The political crisis in Ekiti State has vindicated my position that the Peoples Democratic Party - led government does not have the political will to enthrone serious electoral reforms. We do not need a soothsayer to know that the situation in...
    on Apr 28, 2009 By: Atiku Abubakar Source: THISDAY

  2. Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State described the deceased as "a thorough bred professional, a progressive journalist, media activist and an authentic comrade in the battle to enthrone a just and egalitarian society", while Senator Ganiyu...
    on May 23, 2009 By: Adams Oshiomhole Source: Vanguard

  3. Former Minister of Internal Affairs, Chief Tom Ikimi said he had earlier advocated for a new breed of leadership in the state."The time has come to enthrone a new leadership in Edo State. Change has come. It has taken root in Edo State. PDP does not...
    on Dec 19, 2009 By: Tom Ikimi Source: THISDAY

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