spice up
Verb

spice up

  1. To enhance the flavor of something by adding spice to it.
  2. (idiomatic) To make more exotic, fun or extravagant.
    • 1984, Rosemarie Tong - Women, Sex, and the Law ↗ [http://books.google.com/books?id=JbqvVVXncqMC&pg=PA39&dq=spice-up+sex-life+date:1980-1990&lr=&sig=sGmo5pLWKi2vk0AHMCW9YMl4OHc page 39]
    The good sister is there to minister to his spiritual needs, the nurse is there to bind his wounds, and the prostitute is there to spice up his bland sex life.
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