Inthrone
Inthrone \In*throne"\, v. t. Same as {Enthrone}. [1913 Webster]

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  • inthrone — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • inthrone — re·inthrone; …   English syllables

  • inthrone — /in throhn /, v.t., inthroned, inthroning. enthrone. * * * inthrone, ment obs. var. enthrone, ment …   Useful english dictionary

  • inthrone — /in throhn /, v.t., inthroned, inthroning. enthrone. * * * …   Universalium

  • enthrone — /en throhn /, v.t., enthroned, enthroning. 1. to place on or as on a throne. 2. to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority. 3. to exalt. Also, inthrone. [1600 10; EN 1 + THRONE] * * * …   Universalium

  • enthrone — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enthroned — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enthrones — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enthroning — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • inthroned — en·throne || ɪn θrəʊn v. crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone) …   English contemporary dictionary

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