Thesaurus / enriches


The gem of all others which enriches the coronet of woman's character, is unaffected piety.

There is still a third descriptive word about the sword, and which again corroborates and enriches the others.

The Whole Armour of GodJohn Henry Jowett

A's newspaper, being ably directed, rises in circulation and enriches its proprietors.

What of the sea, that enriches the remote Arabians and Indians?

The same credulity which makes the fortunes of quack p. 808doctors, enriches the vendors of “Patent Medicines.”

It enriches the sound of the voice, and gives a finer quality to musical instruments.

Europeans value the melody, and the harmony which enriches it.

India and the IndiansEdward F. Elwin

In the History, as in much of his other work, Machiavelli enriches the science of humanity with a new department.

Machiavelli, Volume INiccol Machiavelli

And every memory of His personality sweetens and enriches the music in the old word.

He that filches from me my good name / Robs 15 me of that which not enriches him, / And makes me poor indeed.


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