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sufficient
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • I thought I had made things sufficiently clear.
    p. 26.4
sufficiently = adequately
  • The place was self-sufficient: modest in comparison with the empires around it, the Landing nevertheless produced everything required to sustain life except ice, wheat flour, and articles of clothing, supplied by river-boats from Mobile.
    p. 4.8
  • sufficient = adequate

    (editor's note:  Self-sufficient means "does not require outside assistance to survive.")
  • Francis looked at me carefully, concluded that I had been sufficiently subdued, and crooned softly, "Nigger-lover..." This time, I split my knuckle to the bone on his front teeth.
    p. 112.0
  • sufficiently = adequately
  • Slowly but surely I began to see the pattern of Atticus's questions: from questions that Mr. Gilmer did not deem sufficiently irrelevant or immaterial to object to, Atticus was quietly building up before the jury a picture of the Ewells' home life.
    p. 244.6
  • sufficiently = enough in degree
  • I was content to learn that Aunt Alexandra could be pierced sufficiently to feel gratitude for help given.
    p. 313.0
sufficiently = enough in degree
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