from The Century Dictionary.
- To a sufficient degree; to a degree that answers the purpose or gives satisfaction; adequately.
- To a considerable degree: as, he went away sufficiently discontented.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb To a sufficient degree; to a degree that answers the purpose, or gives content; enough.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb manner In a
- adverb degree To a sufficient extent.
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- adverb to a sufficient degree
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 The title sufficiently indicated the contents: _Domenico priori S. Romani tolosani ejusque fratribus, eos in protectionem recipit eorumque Ordinem cum bonis et privilegiis confirmat_.
The favor with which my previous volume on California was received by the public induced me to prepare the present volume, which concerns itself, as the title sufficiently shows, with the northern parts of California,
They asked many questions to Olson about the phrase "sufficiently distant in time and circumstances" that has been used in prior cases.
-- The title sufficiently indicates the nature of the work, which is valuable, especially in what relates to natural history.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels - Volume 18 Historical Sketch of the Progress of Discovery, Navigation, and Commerce, from the Earliest Records to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century, By William Stevenson
In 1726, he addressed a poem to sir Robert Walpole, of which the title sufficiently explains the intention.
You must wear them at a rakish angle for full effect and they should have some label sufficiently retro and hip.
The packaging of the drug should be presentable; its label sufficiently legible and complete to remind the patient how to use the drug.
There are many varieties of non-Roman Catholic Christianity, but Protestantism is a label sufficiently comprehensive and sufficiently well understood for our purposes.
A valuable treatise, as its title sufficiently indicates.
Deists were "modest," who shall be able to find a term sufficiently descriptive of the claims of their present successors?