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  1. supplied with riches, wealth, or abundant or valuable possessions: The enriched manufacturers then funnel profits back to the corrupt politicians who favor and support this vicious cycle of overcharging.

  2. supplied with any element, feature, ingredient, etc., that improves quality or attractiveness or adds value or significance: As the tea is aged, it gains an enriched flavor and deep, sweet aroma.At The Village, we provide living options and services for seniors in a spiritually enriched environment.

  1. Physics. (of a substance or material) having an increased proportion of a valuable mineral or isotope: In the normal energy fuel cycle, the enriched uranium—up to 90 percent U-235—is then transported to a fuel fabrication facility.

  2. (of a curriculum) enhanced by increasing the breadth of content, depth of treatment, or variety of instructional methods: The Honors Program offers highly motivated students an enriched program of study in which to develop global perspectives.

  3. Nutrition. (of processed food) having one or more nutrients added or restored: Consumers today can choose from a wide array of products, including no-fat, low-fat, or calcium-enriched milk.The cookie dough is a combination of enriched flour, brown sugar, and chocolate chips.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of enrich.

Origin of enriched

First recorded in 1600–10; enrich + -ed2 for the adjective senses; enrich + -ed1 for the verb sense

Other words from enriched

  • un·en·riched, adjective

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