V n with n
II.8 The 'flavour' group
These verbs are concerned with adding a small or measured amount of something into or on to something, physically or metaphorically. The prepositional phrase indicates the thing that is added.
dilute drizzle dust flavour fortify (usu passive) lace lard leaven perfume scent season spice supplement sweeten temper flesh out pad out
Prepare the custard and flavour it with orange-flower water.
That article painted a picture that was too simplistic, and I thought it ought to be fleshed out with a few personal reminiscences.
Compiled by perfume expert Sheila Pickles, the book was scented with Elizabethan Rose fragrance.
Each camel trainer has his own ideas about what else to add, and may supplement this diet with honey, date seeds, lemons, local plants, and spices.
The seriousness of the president's economic message was tempered with a few light moments.