sufficient

[ suh-fish-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF sufficient

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUFFICIENT

In a short time, I shall not have sufficient strength to impart all I have to say.

There obtained just sufficient water for ourselves and the horses.

There is sufficient water to last the party about a week, but not more.

It will not be sufficient that the rash counsels of human passion are rejected.

Here proof of the lunacy of the maiden aunt would be sufficient.

Usually, 30 to 45 minutes after boiling has begun will be sufficient.

A euphemism of kleptomania had been offered and accepted as sufficient excuse for her crime.

That the sacrifice which He made for sin was sufficient and accepted.

But I am proud of being yours; it is sufficient for you to love me, and that I may be in my turn a queen.

She still lived, however, and that was sufficient for the redemption of her sins.

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