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  • I like to end up with a life experience that will enrich my life.
  • The manner in which he made his money will show how other persons enrich themselves. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • The quality of life in town is further enriched by numerous community events.
  • There he found a large collection of books; reading those books enriched his education.
  • He used his position and the card money system to enrich himself.
  • Each stage enriches the product of the previous step further before being sent to the next stage.
  • The University also offers several ways in which students can enrich their academic experience.
  • Even when reduced to a simple passage it was always a highly enriched feature.
  • Now I remember there used to be much in them about enriching the ground. Cited from He Fell In Love With His Wife, by Edward P. Roe
  • In Paris, he would enrich his work with new material that he gathered.
  • He seemed to lack personal ambition and did not enrich himself through political office.
  • He acquired a reputation for enriching himself using the powers of his office to control trade.
  • However, they have a rich and open sexual relationship that enriches their life.
  • He enriches them by pictures of human life, such as it is passing before him. Cited from The Sketch-Book of Geoffrey Crayon by W. Irving #5
  • His memory will continue to enrich each and everyone's life that knew him.
  • Because of the salt-enriched air, trees were never able to re-establish themselves.
  • Birds next come and rest on the island, and further enrich the soil. Cited from Ben Hadden, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Surviving children are described as happy and parents report that they enrich their lives.
  • Also the village enriches as the it becomes the centre of the business.
  • Are these results capable of enriching that spirit of man when he becomes conscious of them? Cited from An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy, by W. Tudor Jones
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Meaning of enrich

  • verb Make better or improve in quality
    The experience enriched her understanding, enriched foods
  • verb Make wealthy or richer
    the oil boom enriched a lot of local people