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used in Sycamore Row

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adequate (enough — often without being more than is needed)
  • Jake sounded sufficiently sad to say good-bye, but forgot about the call within the hour.
    p. 404.0
  • She embraced her older brother on the porch, and he, to his credit, managed to seem sufficiently moved: eyes tightly closed, lips pooched, forehead furrowed.
    p. 45.0
  • Amburgh, though, seemed relaxed and sufficiently receptive.
    p. 93.3
  • Lucien had already consumed half a pot and seemed sufficiently wired.
    p. 315.3
  • The legal work would be routine and Todd seemed sufficiently interested.
    p. 334.7
  • They seem to think a pool of one hundred will be sufficient.
    p. 362.8

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