Definition of enshrinement in English:



See enshrine

  • ‘The problem is the enshrinement of Class A war criminals along with the others.’
  • ‘Rather, it means the constitutional enshrinement of the principle of national and cultural and ethnic and religious tolerance.’
  • ‘Their enshrinement of human rights is a security measure.’
  • ‘Three players have gained enshrinement in the Hall of Fame.’
  • ‘The most elaborate and expensive life cycle rituals are associated with death, burial, and the enshrinement of ancestors.’