enshrine[ en-shrahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF enshrine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSHRINE
"So much the more need that we enshrine her image in our own hearts," rejoined Plato.
If I should tell her that Jones died in Brazil, she'd enshrine him in her memory.
And they would erect a temple wherein to enshrine the divine fragment.
It is so sweet to enshrine you in such a pure romance, mamma.
A place in which to enshrine and worship her during the years to come; for what else could it be?
We shall try them and build sheds for them, but not enshrine them in our homes or temples.
To worship, to enshrine, to follow blindly, was instinctive with the savage.
But he is one of those who need not a marble tomb to enshrine their memory.
When we do so even The Law will be found to enshrine an evangel.
The central medallion of the pediment should enshrine Civick Unity.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENSHRINE
- bear in mind
- brood over
- call to mind
- call up
- conjure up
- dig into the past
- dwell upon
- fix in the mind
- flash on
- go back
- have memories
- hold dear
- keep forever
- know by heart
- look back
- nail down
- refresh memory
- ring a bell
- strike a note
- summon up
- think back