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noun as in adequacy

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Improving processing speeds, governance, and quality of data, as well as its sufficiency for models, are the main data imperatives to ensure AI can be scaled, say the survey respondents.

“The charter does not give the city attorney the power to invalidate a City Council action by withholding her signature for that reason or any reason other than legal sufficiency,” Elliott spokeswoman Leslie Wolf Branscomb wrote in an email.

But such an approach works against the traditional pride in self-sufficiency espoused by many in the American middle class.

Domestically, the former governor offers an avowedly nationalistic agenda, focused on American self-sufficiency.

Academic studies have found that mental health parenting evaluations often take this self-sufficiency view of parenting.

Food in Calabria was pride, self-sufficiency and community all mixed together in one mouthful.

I feel conservative in terms of limited government, individual responsibility, self-sufficiency — that sort of thing.

David had replied, in that short tone of self-sufficiency which conveys so much more than the syllable would seem to warrant.

Some are merely well off, others immensely wealthy—with a sufficiency invested elsewhere.

Who can understand its nature, its operations, the sufficiency which is not sufficient, and the efficacy which is ineffectual.

It is to enable this class of readers to test the quality and sufficiency of their belief that this book has been prepared.

The unfortunate peasant frequently has scarcely a sufficiency left to keep life in himself and his family.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sufficiency, such as: enough, and plenty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.