enough

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"There's enough like that kind, though," interrupted Uncle Peter.

"That'll be enough for us, unless you are very hungry," said Robert.

There was not enough food in the valley for both the old inhabitants and the newcomers.

Often enough these innovations were not due to the cleverness of man's brain.

This was enough to make them traitors in the eyes of the Egyptians.

If there was rain, there would be enough water here for a month or more.

We got enough at Figtree Gully to satisfy them, although there is not a great supply.

Whenever he was fresh and full of spirits, he had enough to overflow upon her and every one.

So expect not any advocateship from me: I will not plead for you; and that's enough.

Banstead's blatant folly had been enough to set any man in a rage.

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