suffice for

suffice for someone or something

to be sufficient for someone or something. This serving will suffice for me. Did you get enough? Will this suffice for you?
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References in classic literature ?
Hence the Three Laws, mentioned above, suffice for the better regulated States, and may be accepted as a rough exemplification of our Female Code.
If a first trace of them can be found, after their departure from Aldborough, I believe careful inquiry will suffice for the rest.
The lower strata of the middle class -- the small tradespeople, shopkeepers, retired tradesmen generally, the handicraftsmen and peasants -- all these sink gradually into the proletariat, partly because their diminutive capital does not suffice for the scale on which Modern Industry is carried on, and is swamped in the competition with the large capitalists, partly because their specialized skill is rendered worthless by the new methods of production.
What her thoughts were I did not know, for as yet I had learned but little of the Martian tongue; enough only to suffice for my daily needs.
Their emoluments of office, it is to be presumed, will not, and without a previous corruption of the House of Representatives cannot, more than suffice for very different purposes; their private fortunes, as they must allbe American citizens, cannot possibly be sources of danger.
200 million cubic meters of gas will suffice for the whole village, he added.
Either of those story lines would more than suffice for a single episode; having them collide is fairly ingenious.
Existing road and utility rights of way should suffice for the guideways.
Nobody rides for free, and the handwritten receipt on the hack of a GAMH flier wouldn't suffice for the expense-reportees.
I suggest that sterilization be discussed with some of my Viking colleagues to see if baking will suffice for this application.
In 1603 Cranfield was content to have a local builder construct a dwelling near his business in Cheapside; but in 1621, only the new International style would suffice for an addition to his newly acquired mansion in Chelsea.
This means that not only will resistance development be suppressed, but also a much smaller dose of the drug will suffice for treating an infection.
Keyboard and mouse inputs suffice for many users and PC applications.
One marketing strategy will not suffice for the life of a camp.
A simple spreadsheet application may suffice for infrequent freelance assignments, but if you have a full-fledged home-based business, you can't do without a good personal accounting program like Quickbooks or Peachtree.