enshrined[ en-shrahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF enshrined
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSHRINED
The monks of Ely enshrined his body, and of course miracles were wrought by it.
Each body is but a case wherein the soul is enshrined for the time.
The natural history of the ancients is not enshrined in Aristotle and Pliny.
In woman humanity is enshrined and made concrete for the homage of man.
She was very dear to him,—dear as one might be who was not enshrined above all her kind forever.
Henceforth that honoured name will be enshrined in the history of our land.
The memory of Dumas is enshrined in his good men, that of Balzac in his bad women.
Every language is a temple, in which the soul of those who speak it is enshrined.
Colonel Clark is enshrined in our hearts, Democrats and Federalists alike.
What was not enshrined for us in that insignificant bit of weed!