large enough

See: ample
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Meantime he worked and worked away, till he made a hole large enough to put out his head.
My bedroom, originally a linen-closet, was unheated and was barely large enough to contain my cot-bed, but it enabled me to call the other room my study.
Jimmie grew large enough to take the vague position of head of the family.
for so I interpret the words QUINBUS FLESTRIN,) "after the strictest search, we found only one great piece of coarse-cloth, large enough to be a foot-cloth for your majesty's chief room of state.
Solomon explained hastily that what he meant was not one of the cumbrous boats that humans use; the proposed boat was to be simply a thrush's nest large enough to hold Peter.
They paid no further attention to me and I was thus permitted to remain close and watch their operations, which consisted in breaking an opening in the wall of the incubator large enough to permit of the exit of the young Martians.
As the looking-glass was only large enough to reflect a very small portion of Tess's person at one time, Mrs Durbeyfield hung a black cloak outside the casement, and so made a large reflector of the panes, as it is the wont of bedecking cottagers to do.
You'll find it large enough to cook our sumptuous repasts," he retorted lightly.
Half a dozen greyhounds were crammed into larger crates that were anything save large enough.
His kingdom was very small, but still quite large enough to marry upon; and he wished to marry.
He possessed a kingdom which, though small, was yet large enough for him to marry on, and married he wished to be.
Being but partly grown his jaws had not yet become large enough nor strong enough to make his throat-attack deadly; but many a young dog went around camp with a lacerated throat in token of White Fang's intention.

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