What is another word for enhances?

64 synonyms found


[ ɛnhˈansɪz], [ ɛnhˈansɪz], [ ɛ_n_h_ˈa_n_s_ɪ_z]

The word "enhances" means to improve or make something better in quality or value. There are several words in the English language that can be used as synonyms for enhances, such as enriches, amplifies, heightens, elevates, upgrades, and increases. Each of these words conveys a sense of improvement or adding value to something. Enriches can be used to describe adding value or depth to something, while amplifies suggests making something larger or louder. Heightens implies intensifying or increasing the effect of something, while elevates describes raising something to a higher level. Upgrades suggest improving something by adding new features or modernizing it, while increases suggest making something larger or stronger.

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Usage examples for Enhances

This uncompromising Realism, so far from detracting, only enhances the genius of this powerful novel.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
No; but I understand your photograph in the rogues' gallery shows you smooth shaven, so the absence of a beard really enhances the resemblance to the pictures published.
"The Gray Phantom's Return"
Herman Landon
Instead of being a time of feasting and pleasure, the Sun-Dance is a military and religious festival, in connection with which there are occasions for joy, and the feast enhances the pleasure.
"The Sun Dance of the Blackfoot Indians"
Clark Wissler

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