Definition of Richening

1. Verb. (present participle of richen) ¹



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Definition of Richening

1. richen [v] - See also: richen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Richening

rich client
rich clients
rich for one's blood
rich man
rich person
rich tea biscuit
rich text
richdom
riche
riched
richellite
richelsdorfite
richen
richened
richening (current term)
richens
richer
riches
richesse
richesses
richest
richetite
riching
richish
richly
richness
richnesses
richt
richted

Literary usage of Richening

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1. Sermons by Phillips Brooks (1896)
"... it in the broken home,—the two together, not separate but as one single emotion, compact of triumph and pity, richened his ever- richening human life. ..."

2. The Bookman (1897)
"Marget," began Kate, not with a blush, but rather a richening of colour, " you have been awfully good to me, and have helped me in lots of ways, ..."

3. Essays and Addresses: Religious, Literary and Social by Phillips Brooks (1894)
"It was a morning period of simple joy in life which was capable, although. nobody guessed it then, of richening into the buoyant hopefulness, ..."

4. Sermons by Phillips Brooks (1878)
"He begins the service of his fellow-men in pure obedience to God's command, but the joy and ever-richening delight of the minister's work is in finding how. ..."

5. Orations from Homer to William McKinley by Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1902)
"... and if there comes into our hearts, in the life which we are living, a perpetual sense that life needs renewal, a richening and refreshing, ..."

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