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enough

noun a satisfactory amount, a substantial amount, a sufficient amount, a suitable amount, abundance, acceptable amount, adequacy, adequate amount, ample amount, complete amount, copious amount, full amount, just amount, minimal amount, plenteous amount, plenty
Associated concepts: enough evidence, imprisonment, tough enough laws
See also: adequate, quorum, sufficiency
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Enough is Enough West Coast Rally Committee "Join the Political Grassroots Revolution" Nov.
Start by being grateful for what already works - do you have enough to eat?
We might do enough in the last six games to say we should be in there, but at the moment we've not done enough.
The survey for CABE, the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, which advises the Government on architecture, also found 44% of owners did not have enough space for small children to play in the kitchen while meals were being prepared.
With sickle cell anemia, the disorder is caused by having just one nucleotide misspelled, but it's enough to alter the red blood cells and play havoc with the cells trying to navigate their way through blood vessels.
USB/PS2 ball scroll mouse: To earn enough vouchers pounds 1,900 (pounds 12.
In either case, planets orbited their parent stars and weren't massive enough to trigger hydrogen fusion.
But rather than changing anything about their message to regain an affirmative mandate, they squeaked by again, doing whatever it took to disqualify just enough Democratic challengers.
Enough of the culture of corruption that produces the scandal of the week in Washington.
No "Kids who are 16 are not responsible enough to know who is a better candidate or to know whom to pick," says Melanie Ciappi, Michael's twin sister.
It has to be on target every time and have enough velocity on it.
The good news of this text is that, along with all the creatures of the earth, we have enough.