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sufficient
used in The Horse Whisperer

4 uses
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Definition
adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • She checked out with two bottles of good Italian red and just sufficient pride intact.
    Twenty-two (59% in)
  • There was sufficient cause in the simple fact that this particular lawyer was Annie Graves's husband.
    Twenty-eight (5% in)
  • This morning they lay draped over her brain like a thick, dulling blanket she was powerless to shrug, though sufficiently translucent for her to remember why she'd taken the pill and be grateful that she had.
    Thirty-five (3% in)
  • Then, with a terrible sound, sufficient alone to ratify the passing of his life, the hooves came down upon his head and struck him like a crumbled icon to the ground.
    Thirty-five (98% in)

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