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1. To contain or keep something as if in a holy place: A lot of memories are Enshrined in this photograph album

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2. Enshrine definition, to enclose in or as in a shrine: His love for her is Enshrined forever in his poetry

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3. Verb If something such as an idea or a right is Enshrined in something such as a constitution or law, it is protected by it

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4. The essentials of the deal will be Enshrined in a document

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5. [be VERB -ed + in] The apartheid system which Enshrined racism in law still existed.

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6. In your radiant and immaculate bosom the divine spark may be Enshrined, a place without sullying where it may fitly nestle

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7. BALSAMO, THE MAGICIAN ALEXANDER DUMAS She could hardly harbor that thought, for she felt also that Mysie's heart Enshrined but one man, and that was Robert

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8. Inflections of 'enshrine' (v): (⇒ conjugate) enshrines v 3rd person singular enshrining v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Enshrined v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man."

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9. ‘These are rights Enshrined in Article 10 of the European Convention.’ ‘This practice is actually Enshrined in the rules governing the national minimum wage.’ ‘The Constitution should be about enshrining rights, not discrimination.’ ‘Until recently the right to land traditionally worked was Enshrined in the Brazilian constitution.’

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10. While I'm heartbroken that Grandma is gone, at least I've Enshrined her memory in my heart

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11. While I'm heartbroken that Grandma is gone, at least I've Enshrined her memory in my heart

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12. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English enshrine en‧shrine / ɪnˈʃraɪn / verb [transitive] formal KEEP/STORE if something such as a tradition or right is Enshrined in something, it is preserved and protected so that people will remember and respect it be Enshrined in something The right of free speech is Enshrined in the Constitution.

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13. This was Enshrined in the Indo-Soviet friendship treaty signed in August 1971

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14. The right to health is Enshrined in art

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15. (verb) Other measures, such as compensation for victims, will be Enshrined in the proposed new law.

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16. Enshrined v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Enshrined v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

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17. We are pleased that such conditions are routinely included in warrants, but would prefer that such safeguards be Enshrined in legislation

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18. Posthumously Enshrined were Filomeno Codinera (baseball/softball), Josephine dela Vina (athletics), Loreto Carbonell (basketball), Benjamin Arda (golf), Lita dela Rosa (bowling) and Sen

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19. See 2 authoritative translations of Enshrined in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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20. If a political or social right is Enshrined in something, it is protected by being included in it.

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21. Synonyms for Enshrined include preserved, cherished, exalted, treasured, consecrated, protected, revered, aggrandized, apotheosized and canonised

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22. It is Enshrined in the Constitution and provides that men and women are equal

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23. Unlike most other federal government programs, Equalization is Enshrined in Canada's Constitution.

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24. Definition of Enshrined in the Definitions.net dictionary

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25. What does Enshrined mean? Information and translations of Enshrined in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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26. The monks of Ely Enshrined his body, and of course miracles were wrought by it

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27. Spenser married a Cork-woman, and has Enshrined her in the epithalamion, the most beautiful love-poem in the English language

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28. The Finnic peoples Enshrined their faith in the ballads collected under the …

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29. Enshrine: 1 v enclose in a shrine “the saint's bones were Enshrined in the cathedral” Synonyms: shrine Type of: close in , enclose , inclose , shut in surround completely v hold sacred Synonyms: saint Type of: fear , revere , reverence , venerate regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of

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30. A broad term leveled at those who have seen through lies regarding the COVID scamdemic – has been Enshrined in legal history and case law, at least in Canada

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31. Torment Enshrined by Molten Chains, released 04 December 2020 1

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32. Enshrine definition, to enclose in or as in a shrine: His love for her is Enshrined forever in his poetry

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33. What does Enshrined mean? Simple past tense and past participle of enshrine

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34. The ne bis in idem principle, Enshrined in Article 54 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 between the Governments of the States of the Benelux Economic Union, the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed in Schengen (Luxembourg) on 19 June 1990, is applicable to criminal …

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35. Enshrined Achievement Points: 20 Description: Experienced all of the shrine effects

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36. Lover Enshrined was one of the book in this series that I wasn’t really looking forward to, I liked Phury but I wasn’t quite sure what his story could bring to the story or how strong of a main character he could be

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37. Munson Review and Giveaway with Pine Enshrined Reviews and Goddess Fish Promotions

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38. Enshrined is a conjugated form of the verb enshrine

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40. Enshrined Lyrics: For heresy lives were devastated / The name of God their penalty / Crusades geared for destruction / Millions paid for a perverted creed / White-washed relics Enshrined / Stole the

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41. Through the process that led to the Uluru Statement, a constitutionally Enshrined Voice is the only reform that has garnered the collective endorsement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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42. According to historical sources, both brothers were covered in valuable textiles when Enshrined

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43. Another way to say Enshrined? Synonyms for Enshrined (other words and phrases for Enshrined).

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44. Tucker Carlson blames George Floyd’s death for “Enshrined open racism” against white people

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45. The Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington is home to the Kentucky Aviation Hall Of Fame where more than a dozen women have been Enshrined

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ENSHRINED [inˈSHrīn, enˈSHrīn]

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What does the name enshrined mean?

To preserve or cherish (something) as though in a shrine; to preserve or contain, especially with some reverence. Other measures, such as compensation for victims, will be enshrined in the proposed new law.

What is another word for enshrined?

Dictionary of English Synonymes(0.00 / 0 votes)Rate these synonyms: enshrine(v. a.) Synonyms: enclose in a shrine enshrine(v. a.) Synonyms: preserve (as something sacred), embalm, treasure, cherish, keep unimpaired

What does enshrine mean?

Definition of enshrine. transitive verb. 1 : to enclose in or as if in a shrine. 2 : to preserve or cherish as sacred.

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