A constitution is supposed to enshrine the basic structures and principles of a state.
The “Buffett Rule” does not materially reduce mounting deficits, though it does enshrine notions of fairness in the tax code.
I think posterity will enshrine this body of work among the classics of 21st century jazz.
I hope that King Abdullah works with Prince Salman to strengthen the council and enshrine it with the proper authority.
It would also enshrine one constricted vision of "Jewish state."
A large crystal, through which a portion of the wood which the cross was formed to enshrine is visible, is set in the centre.
"So much the more need that we enshrine her image in our own hearts," rejoined Plato.
And they would erect a temple wherein to enshrine the divine fragment.
If I should tell her that Jones died in Brazil, she'd enshrine him in her memory.
A place in which to enshrine and worship her during the years to come; for what else could it be?