modicum

[ mod-i-kuh m, moh-di- ]SEE DEFINITION OF modicum

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODICUM

And these lucubrations accomplished, we daresay, their modicum of harm.

It was a stone that would please any woman with plenty of money and a modicum of taste.

Certainly, of this modicum of time you cannot afford to waste any portion.

Fortunately the landlord was a man with some modicum of common sense.

If we chose to grow only partridges henceforth, and a modicum of wheat for our own uses?

It consisted only of wet biscuit, a modicum of ham, and a small taste of liquor.

Hence, during windy weather, a modicum of dust is introduced into it.

If it did all this, then we should really have evidence of a modicum of reason.

On the eighth we had cold fowl for breakfast, with a modicum of water.

He found that there was still a modicum of life and its energy within his baggy hide.

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