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sufficient
used in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

7 uses
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Definition
adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • In fact, my mother had been weaned at three months old, that the babe of the mistress might obtain sufficient food.
    1 — Childhood (57% in)
  • This is sufficient to satisfy him.
    13 — The Church And Slavery (85% in)
  • I was thankful when there came a day sufficiently mild for me to wrap myself up and sit at the loophole to watch the passers by.
    21 — The Loophole Of Retreat (82% in)
  • The same was offered to me, but I declined to accept it, telling them that my grandmother had given me sufficient to pay my expenses to the end of my journey.
    31 — Incidents In Philadelphia (59% in)
  • Perhaps they expected to return to the south some day; and Ellen's knowledge was quite sufficient for a slave's condition.
    32 — The Meeting Of Mother And Daughter (82% in)
  • Of course they lived in the most primitive manner; it could not be otherwise, where a woman's wages for an entire day were not sufficient to buy a pound of meat.
    37 — A Visit To England (44% in)
  • During the two years we had lived together I had often resolved to tell her something about her father; but I had never been able to muster sufficient courage.
    39 — The Confession (15% in)

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