Enshrining [verb]

Definition of Enshrining:

hold as sacred

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Sentence/Example of Enshrining:

Every other eligible coach with as many victories has been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

With the naming of the new school, Poitier will join former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and broadcaster Walter Cronkite in having their respective legacies’ permanently enshrined on ASU’s campus.

In Germany, where Amazon has several warehouses, the right to form a union is enshrined in the postwar constitution.

Most Americans believe guns are essential to their freedom, a sentiment enshrined in the Second Amendment’s guarantee of the right to bear arms.

Sometimes they enshrine a pun or a conceit, or depend for their aptness upon an assonance.

The Arthurian legends enshrine some of the oldest Aryan myths, and are the source of some of our noblest poetry.

Some of the deeds of the Saxon giant, the celebrated Guy of Warwick, appear to enshrine elements of myths of a similar character.

As we see the divinity in our gifts shall we be careful of them, thankful for them: every gift seems to enshrine the giver, God.

But the amber to enshrine the fly is always there in larger or smaller, in clearer or more clouded, shape.

What far abode Of green or silvery bower doth enshrine Such utmost beauty?