To Enshri'ne. v.a. [from shrine.] To inclose in a chest or cabinet; to preserve and secure as a thing sacred.
A phœnix, gaz'd by all, as that sole bird,
When to enshrine his reliques in the sun's
Bright temple, to Egyptian Thebes he flies. Milt. Pa. Lost.
The sots combine
With pious care a monkey to enshrine. Tate's Juv. Sat.
Fair fortune next, with looks serene and kind,
Receives 'em, in her ancient fane enshrin'd. Addison.