- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enrich.
“For, as Shakespeare says, 'He that robs me of my good name enriches not himself, but renders me poor indeed,' or words to that effect.”
“I am not referring to the concerns of unionists in the States about free trade deals exporting jobs overseas or the data that indicates free trade enriches subsidized industrial agriculture in the U.S. and decimates local agriculture in the partner country, though these are important sources of concern.”
“Leading for peace is more reflective of American democratic values than negotiating for more military bases or a trade deal that arguably only enriches elite interests while continuing to downplay the massive human rights and labor rights injustices in Colombia.”
“They're involved as citizens, and their existence enriches the social and political culture of this country.”
“Finally, as mentioned upthread, many of the advantages to ownership vs. renting in the United States themselves flow from government policy, because the tilt to ownership prompted by such policies enriches and expands the ownership market, and causes the rental market to be smaller and less appealing than would otherwise be the case.”
“But though the novel wonderfully enriches the Albany Cycle, it's a ripping good story in its own right.”
“The breakfast offerings may seem decadent—avocado enriches the chorizo-egg torta—but you can eat guilt-free, environmentally speaking.”
“The group plans to urge regulators not to "create a standard that enriches a private company while passing unnecessary costs on to consumers," it added.”
“This exposes the marrow, which enriches the stock.”
“Degas and the Nude" at once enriches our understanding and delights our eyes.”
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