Scientists, teachers and students come together to enhance learning experiences all over the country.
Rules to enhance fertility enlarged the population and gave strength in numbers.
The astonished store owner had known Muth for years; his shop was where Muth purchased white-cotton gloves to enhance his uniform.
The researchers tried every trick they could to promote honesty, including computer assisted self-interviews to “enhance candor.”
For years, Mooney has trained with a rowing coach to enhance his physical endurance for the potentially yearlong journey.
And in the meantime all my accumulated experience had been added to enhance my original talent.
This should enhance his great popularity, if such a thing were possible.
It does not enhance the humour of his sketches in any special degree, but only renders him more difficult to read.
A young girl may sometimes, by such courage, sanctify and enhance her modesty.
I called upon the lost, the absent, to share the present with me,—I called upon past feelings to enhance that moment's delight.
late 13c., anhaunsen "to raise, make higher," from Anglo-French enhauncer, probably from Old French enhaucier "make greater, make higher or louder; fatten, foster; raise in esteem," from Vulgar Latin *inaltiare, from Late Latin inaltare "raise, exalt," from altare "make high," from altus "high" (see old).
Meaning "raise in station, wealth, or fame" attested in English from c.1300. The -h- in Old French supposedly from influence of Frankish *hoh "high." Related: Enhanced; enhancing.