reenthrone

enthrone

[en-throhn]
verb (used with object), enthroned, enthroning.
1.
to place on or as on a throne.
2.
to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority.
3.
to exalt.
Also, inthrone.


Origin:
1600–10; en-1 + throne

reenthrone, verb (used with object), reenthroned, reenthroning.
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enthrone (ɛnˈθrəʊn)
 
vb
1.  to place on a throne
2.  to honour or exalt
3.  to assign authority to
 
en'thronement
 
n

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enthrone
late 14c. (as enthronize), from O.Fr. introniser (13c.), from L.L. inthronizare, from Gk. enthronizein, from en- "in" + thronos "throne."
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