Little did I know that it has been so enriched by sharing “hearts and minds” with the Afghans.
Uranium is enriched to make fuel for power reactors, but the same process also is used to make the explosive core of atom bombs.
There is no center to destroy; it was and is a decentralized system that has enriched much of humanity.
As we gather here tonight, Iran has begun to eliminate its stockpile of higher levels of enriched uranium.
It gives the soup a velvety body, almost as if it were enriched with cream, without contributing a taste.
With bricks, enriched with lapis lazuli, I have exalted its head.
Thus the monastery would be enriched and all the monks get fat.
The men had been engaged in tanning leather and had quite a number of hides on hand that must have enriched the flames.
And the years must have enriched you—I daresay you've doubled your capital.
The mind was enriched with the noble sentiments born of the contemplation of chefs-d'oeuvr.
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.