enhancement[ en-hans, -hahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF enhancement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENHANCEMENT
Human strength increases with enhancement and decreases with enfeeblement.
It was a comfort to him in all his vexations, an enhancement of all his joys.
To have done with this and the measles was justly considered an enhancement in value.
It was a comfort to him in all his vexations; an enhancement of all his joys.
The effect of continued light on Mimosa is an enhancement of excitability.
Truth is merely a means for the enhancement of my subjective satisfaction.
Each had a duty to perform towards its furtherance and enhancement.
But this enhancement of life is exhibited not only in extension but in intensity.
Still the export continued, and in 1475 the process of enhancement had to be repeated as a measure of defence for the gold specie.
The course of the enhancement of foreign prices is thus argued between the merchant and the doctor.