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  • noun A person who is enshrined into a hall of fame or the like.


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enshrine +‎ -ee


  • Tonight during a halftime ceremony in Washington's game against Indianapolis, Grimm collected his Hall of Fame ring, the final item presented to every enshrinee.

    Russ Grimm honored at halftime

  • Three minutes into the speech, tears welled in Green's eyes — and thus as Hall of Fame legend Deacon Jones predicted, the emotional cornerback was the first enshrinee to cry.

    Redskins' party: Monk's grace softens wait for Hall of Fame

  • Dean was the third Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee presented by DeBartolo, following Joe Montana (2000) and Bill Walsh (1993).

    Hall notes: DeBartolo back in the NFL limelight

  • Mr. Tyson is a first-ballot enshrinee, along with three-division champ Julio Cesar Chavez and junior welterweight Kostya Tszyu.


  • He said Sanders was the last man to hold him and declared Irvin "off the board" for the Hall of Famers 'traditional pool of which enshrinee would cry first at the induction ceremonies, because Irvin cried at the press conference when he was voted in.

    Behind the scenes at exclusive Hall of Fame luncheon

  • The Deacon suggested that Irvin tuck 5 - x 7-inch index cards into his jacket pocket if it would help him stay within the 15-minute window organizers allotted for each enshrinee.

    Gentler Irvin shows brand-new respect for Hall

  • Riley, a 2008 Hall of Fame enshrinee, will meet with Heat owner Micky Arison in the coming days and presumably make a decision.

  • More than 100 Ohio State fans arrived by bus to cheer on enshrinee Chris Spielman, whose wife died in the fall from cancer.

    WNDU - Home - Headlines

  • Dungy said he wasn't sold on the idea until one day in training camp in 1992 when Randle finally beat left guard Randall McDaniel, a 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee and a guy who had dominated Randle since 1990. rss feed

  • Women's soccer senior Jessica McCloy (Cincinnati, OH/Mother of Mercy) received the 12th annual John McLendon Award, which is given to the student-athlete who best represents the ideals and personal philosophy of McLendon, a former CSU men's basketball coach who is an enshrinee in the Basketball Hall of Fame.



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