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enough

(something) to go (a)round enough to serve a need; enough to serve all who have a need. There's not enough coffee to go around. Will there be enough chocolates to go around?
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I have just enough of the woman left in me to be the victim of curiosity, when I meet with a person who interests me.
And the temptation was the stronger because I knew in my heart that I should not bore the young squire at all; that he was anxious enough to hear my story from my own lips, but too good a gentleman intentionally to betray such anxiety.
"Heaven knows you have had enough to worry you!" he added, in his kindly, sympathetic voice.
For his final handshake was hearty enough to send me away something ashamed of my precipitancy, and with a further sense of having shown him small gratitude for his kindly anxiety on my behalf.
My head was now clear enough, only deservedly heavy.
All that day we rested there by the water, thanking our stars that we had been lucky enough to find it, bad as it was, and not forgetting to render a due share of gratitude to the shade of the long-departed da Silvestra, who had set its position down so accurately on the tail of his shirt.
That night we covered nearly five-and-twenty miles; but, needless to say, found no more water, though we were lucky enough the following day to get a little shade behind some ant-heaps.
The lava clinker, over which we must drag ourselves, though smooth compared with some clinker I have heard of, such as that on the Island of Ascension, for instance, was yet rough enough to make our feet very sore, and this, together with our other miseries, had pretty well finished us.
"21st May.--Started 11 a.m., finding the atmosphere quite cold enough to travel by day, and carrying some water-melons with us.
We made the best of our way to the spot, and found sure enough that the hole was the mouth of a cavern, no doubt the same as that of which da Silvestra wrote.
Darcy it was welcome intelligence-- Elizabeth had been at Netherfield long enough. She attracted him more than he liked-- and Miss Bingley was uncivil to HER, and more teasing than usual to himself.
"They have had enough of the site and want to see it closed, and so do I."
Mervyn King, the former head of the Bank of England, has opined that commercial banks in the UK are not strong enough.
Critique: Exceptionally thoughtful and thought-provoking, "Is Your God Big Enough? Close Enough?
shown they enough but enough for Are they enough for an series?