enrich[ en-rich ]SEE DEFINITION OF enrich
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENRICH
In other words, they bequeath us a treasure which we are free to enrich with our own discoveries.
These may at any rate be held to enrich themselves in depriving others.
That consummation devoutly to be wished, was to enrich them all.
And let it be something to enrich us, or at least to keep us alive without work.
At the same time much was done to enrich the old Templars' church.
To enrich others, it is not necessary that I should be wealthy myself.
There is scarcely any department of chemistry which he did not enrich by his discoveries.
He hoped to enrich himself by it, and succeeded in doing so; but he had other motives.
Have you any concepts which you are working very hard to enrich?
You're only fit to enrich the bone-yard—hardly that; perhaps only for lawyers to get fees of.