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- n. Agent noun of enrich; one who enriches.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who enriches.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which enriches.
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In Findland there is 70 times more chance of being violently mugged by a Somalian asylum refugee "enricher" than by a Finn.
Ownership title of DU is normally transferred to the enricher as part of the commercial deal.
The government also raised a national-security argument, writing that the lower-court ruling "endangers the financial viability of the only domestic uranium enricher, USEC, which is the sole source of supply for certain types of nuclear fuel used for military purposes" including nuclear-powered vessels.
It was 9.5 this morning when I set off to the stream-side to my weeding; where I toiled, manuring the ground with the best enricher, human sweat, till the conch-shell was blown from our verandah at 10.30.
The existence of wild animals is justi - fied on two somewhat different scores — as a “ready instrument of Divine wrath ... and a great enricher of the history of nature, which would be defective, did it not run from one extreme to another” (p. 196).
And he became the blesser and enricher of all the nations of the earth.
As an essayist, Goldsmith has been a great enricher of English history.
It is claimed that if this gas was used as an enricher of coal gas, 5 per cent. of it would increase the luminosity of 16-candle gas by about 40 per cent.
Explorer, warrior, enricher of the realm, he at once became a national hero.
Some farmers use the cowpea crop only as a soil-enricher.