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He took possession in 1698, and was enthroned at Peel Castle.

I had enthroned you so high, Aline, so high, and yet no higher than your place.

And suddenly he saw her enthroned—a woman, not a child—a wife, not a playmate.

Enthroned on that seat of stone I wrote a poem Magnatari (the sunken boat).

On October 6th, 1768, he was enthroned Archbishop of Canterbury.

Enthroned on the dais, a minion at his feet, he was momentarily monarchial.

He enthroned love and preached the gospel of humanity like an angel.

He overthrew the classical ideal of art, and enthroned the ego in its room.

Who believes that Nero enthroned was happier than Paul in chains?

She is now Lady Prioress, having been ordained and enthroned this afternoon.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from en- (1) + throne. Replacing enthronize (late 14c.), from Old French introniser (13c.), from Late Latin inthronizare, from Greek enthronizein, from en "in" (see en- (2)) + thronos "throne" (see throne). Related: Enthroned; enthroning.

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