Etymology
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enthrone (v.)

"to place on a throne, exalt to the seat of royalty," c. 1600, from en- (1) + throne (n.). Replacing enthronize (late 14c.), from Old French introniser (13c.), from Late Latin inthronizare, from Greek enthronizein. Also simply throne (v.), late 14c., from the noun in English. Related: Enthroned; enthroning.

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Definitions of enthrone

enthrone (v.)
provide with power and authority;
Synonyms: invest / vest
enthrone (v.)
put a monarch on the throne;
The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago
Synonyms: throne
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