The science of intentional drug use for enhanced athletic performance is a boutique business, says Kent Sepkowitz.
As always on TV, the moments were enhanced by the cruel physicality of the screen.
Employment by the Romans enhanced the wealth and power of these Arab bands.
If anything, technological advances only seem to have enhanced the problem for both sexes.
The exaggerated silhouettes of the collection were enhanced by stripes which were introduced in several pieces.
Not only the value but also the power of money was enhanced in the Legion.
Her prettiness was enhanced by a timid and appealing playfulness.
He enhanced the endowment by diligent study in the high school at Prato, in Tuscany, where he spent his boyhood.
Lady Mason, however, was merciful, for she might have enhanced the cruelty tenfold.
Here are old Dutch sail boats drawn up on the beach, and the picture is enhanced by the groups of sailors waiting for the tide.
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.