enshrine[en s̸hrīn′, in-]
A babys head enshrined in its mothers hands.
transitive verben·shrined, en·shrin·ing, en·shrines also in·shrined or in·shrin·ing or in·shrines
- To enclose in or as if in a shrine.
- To cherish as sacred.
(third-person singular simple present enshrines, present participle enshrining, simple past and past participle enshrined)
- To enclose (a sacred relic etc.) in a shrine or chest.
- To preserve or cherish (something) as though in a shrine; to preserve or contain, especially with some reverence.
- To protect an idea, ideal, or philosophy within an official law or treaty
- Other measures, such as compensation for victims, will be enshrined in the proposed new law.
From en- + shrine.