from The Century Dictionary.

  • Scotch forms of enough.


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  • Meg kept silence a while, then she said coaxingly, 'Si is a pretty name eneuch; 'tis short an' sweet; gie me a kiss, Si, 'she wheedled, with a gentle clasp about his waist.

    Border Ghost Stories

  • May ye aye keep hail an hertie till ye'r auld eneuch tae dee.

    Reflections on the Comment is free year | Natalie Hanman

  • Just take the barry, and wheel eneuch metal frae yon quarry doon the road to mak anither bing the morn.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps

  • Sure eneuch, we had a fair way and deep water all the time.


  • Dumfries hills, wi 'scarce eneuch to eat, wi' this man 'my Laird' an 'yon man' yir Grace 'an' oor ain bairns little mair nor slaves.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • 'Twas nat'ral eneuch; the laddie meant nae harm, but he wanted his sled afore the snaw was gone.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • That'll gie Him time eneuch, for He'll no 'be far awa.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • An 'we're independent noo, wi' eneuch for a bite an 'a sup till we hunger nae mair nor thirst ony mair.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • It'll dae weel eneuch for thae dissentin 'bodies, wi' their prayer-books, but what hae we, wi 'the psalm-buik, an' a regular ministry, an 'a regular kirk, to dae wi' siclike follies?

    St. Cuthbert's

  • "We love you weel eneuch to do without you -- but no 'for lang," he said.

    St. Cuthbert's


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