This portion of the figure he enriches by the attribution of whiteness, or unity and radiance.
It irradiates every metal, and enriches lead with the property of gold.
Europeans value the melody, and the harmony which enriches it.
It is not the opened hand, but the gift laid in it, that enriches the pauper.
It enriches your descendants in a way that mere money never can do, and is a better investment than any one you have ever made.
A beef steak in any pot-pie thickens and enriches the gravy.
He enriches it on the side where it is poorest; the side of the Ideal.
This is the river that waters Damascus, and enriches it with all its plenty and pleasure.
Much good that will do,—it neither feeds nor enriches a man.
It only enriches that class of speculators who prey upon the public.