good enough for

good enough for

someone or something adequate for someone or something. This seat is good enough for me. I don't want to move. I'm happy. It's good enough for me. That table is good enough for my office.
See also: enough, good
References in classic literature ?
Her friends evidently thought this good enough for her; and it was good enough.
What was good enough for her, is good enough for me.
If we ain't good enough for you, go and procure somebody that is good enough.
But though this latter view, if she indeed had it, may appear reasonable enough, yet the event did not answer her expectation; for when she was convened before the justice, and it was universally apprehended that the house of correction would have been her fate, though some of the young women cryed out "It was good enough for her," and diverted themselves with the thoughts of her beating hemp in a silk gown; yet there were many others who began to pity her condition: but when it was known in what manner Mr Allworthy had behaved, the tide turned against her.
A great king of a land far away in the East had a daughter who was very beautiful, but so proud, and haughty, and conceited, that none of the princes who came to ask her in marriage was good enough for her, and she only made sport of them.
They aren't the best sheets, but they're good enough for anybody to sleep in, be he who he will; for as for them best Holland sheets, I should repent buying 'em, only they'll do to lay us out in.
I suppose he's good enough for his place: but I'm glad I'm not dependent on HIM for amusement--that's all.
Her store-room, she thought, might have been good enough for Mrs.
I wasn't good enough for the Herncastles, when I married.
Jackson's Island is good enough for me; I know that island pretty well, and nobody ever comes there.
I should have been good enough for you; shouldn't I, Biddy?
He began again to question himself and wonder if he was good enough for such a high calling.
They says to one another, "Here comes the man as ain't good enough for his own son
Casaubon to ask if he were good enough for her, but merely asking herself anxiously how she could be good enough for Mr.
Matthew said any bank with him at the head of it was good enough for anybody.