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sufficient
used in And Then There Were None

3 uses
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Definition
adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • But it appears to me, reviewing the whole business, that one particular person is sufficiently clearly indicated.
    p. 157.9
  • I presume they would be lethal if a sufficiently large dose were given.
    p. 186.0
  • Would the consciousness of her own guilt, the state of nervous tension consequent on having just shot a man, be sufficient, together with the hypnotic suggestion of the surroundings, to cause her to take her own life?
    p. 273.4

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