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sufficient
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • Glory was sufficient.
    Chapter 18 (52% in)
  • Still, he was sufficiently touched by his aunt's grief to long to rush out from under the bed and overwhelm her with joy—and the theatrical gorgeousness of the thing appealed strongly to his nature, too, but he resisted and lay still.
    Chapter 15 (51% in)
  • The glaring insincerity of these sermons was not sufficient to compass the banishment of the fashion from the schools, and it is not sufficient to-day; it never will be sufficient while the world stands, perhaps.
    Chapter 21 (45% in)
  • The glaring insincerity of these sermons was not sufficient to compass the banishment of the fashion from the schools, and it is not sufficient to-day; it never will be sufficient while the world stands, perhaps.
    Chapter 21 (45% in)
  • The glaring insincerity of these sermons was not sufficient to compass the banishment of the fashion from the schools, and it is not sufficient to-day; it never will be sufficient while the world stands, perhaps.
    Chapter 21 (46% in)

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