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enrich (someone or something) with (something)

To boost or enhance someone or something with something. I always try to enrich my daughters with the life lessons that I've learned over 50 years. Dad has decided to enrich his mind with a cooking class.
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enrich someone or something with something

to improve or enhance someone or something with something. You might want to enrich this soup with a little milk or cream. The teacher enriched her students with field trips and films.
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In my viewpoint and learning experiences while being Founder and Group CEO of Enrichers Investment Group (EIG) following are the practical and functional framework that revolves around business leadership we believe.
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If we, as ordinary educators, whose task--the task Dewey envisioned--is to transmit from these enrichers of life their wisdom to the unformed turbulent future, to transform reflection into action consonant with their thought, then some of their luminosity must encompass our minds; their passion must, in degree, break through our opaque thoughts and descend to us.
Wood-waste, spent mushroom compost, composted garden or green kitchen waste, leaf mold or well-rotted farmyard manure are more effective and less expensive soil enrichers.
Perhaps it is because they found Shakespeare's plays to be "enrichers of the fancy, strengtheners of virtue, a withdrawing from all selfish and mercenary thoughts, a lesson of all sweet and honourable thoughts and actions [and useful for] teach[ing] courtesy, benignity, generosity, [and] humanity" (xi).
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The preface to Charles and Mary Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, which adapts the plays' stories for children, ends with the writers' wish that both young and mature readers will find the plays "enrichers of the fancy, strengtheners of virtue, a withdrawing from all selfish and mercenary thoughts, a lesson of all sweet and honorable thoughts and actions" (1807, vii).
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Mary's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" reminds her audience that Shakespeare's plays are, among other virtues, "enrichers of the fancy" (xiv).
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