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  • The three of them had enough money and political influence to control public business.
  • And it is not enough to merely say it; we must live it.
  • However, they were not strong enough to make a move yet.
  • If there is not enough energy to do so, the transfer cannot take place.
  • The sight of it was usually enough for his purpose.
  • Size was not enough, however: the group did not have a majority.
  • The adult does not remain long enough in the area to perform this task.
  • The articles were popular enough that he was asked to join the newspaper's staff.
  • He eventually raised enough money to produce a full-length film, though not the full amount he originally wanted.
  • In total, twelve parties received enough votes to win a seat in the assembly.
  • The bill however failed to gain enough votes to pass in the House.
  • These birds need about per pair so they can find enough food to feed their young and themselves.
  • In these two shows there was enough time to include all the countries who wished to participate.
  • Dust fine enough to pass the entrance will probably pass through the shelter.
  • If the chains are long enough then this player will certainly win.
  • I am old-fashioned enough to consider the family the most important thing in life. Cited from O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920, by Various
  • Up to four such combinations might be used to get enough power in a train.
  • When they are old enough to breed, they often return to the area where they were born.
  • I am old-fashioned enough to think also of my duty to those I serve. Cited from Fanny and the Servant Problem, by Jerome K. Jerome
  • Forty days was not long enough for a campaign, especially one on the continent.
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Words starting with enough

Meaning of enough

  • noun An adequate quantity; a quantity that is large enough to achieve a purpose
    enough is as good as a feast, there is more than a sufficiency of lawyers in this country
  • adverb As much as necessary; (`plenty' is nonstandard) "i've had plenty, thanks"
    Have I eaten enough?