And our comic books and movies, too, can uplift and enrich, or shape a disturbed imagination.
Engaging with these bodily and ritual practices serves to enrich the human spirit within.
Paul suggested that this reversal by Cheney was the result of a desire to enrich his former employers at Haliburton.
The idea that Iran could build 10 more plants in a year while also figuring out how to enrich uranium to 20 percent is laughable.
Iran's decision to enrich uranium closer to weapons-grade has convinced the United States that sanctions are all the more urgent.
Their historic lore and unequaled grandeur give them amplitude and poetry enough to kindle and enrich the imagination.
This is the habit by which they gradually coordinate and enrich their intelligence.
We have also been told that universal judgments "develop and enrich the realm of internal meaning."
These islands may be considered as the gardens of the country, which they enrich and beautify.
Would not the way to enrich the Republic,” replied Socrates, “be to increase its revenue?
late 14c., "to make wealthy," from Old French enrichir "enrich, enlarge," from en- "make, put in" (see en- (1)) + riche "rich" (see rich).
Figurative sense is from 1590s. Scientific sense of "to increase the abundance of a particular isotope in some material" is first attested 1945. Related: Enriched; enriching.