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adequate sufficient in quantity; enough. [1/3 definitions]
ample sufficient or more than sufficient in size, capacity, or amount.
autarky an economically self-sufficient nation or region. [1/2 definitions]
balance of power a sufficient distribution of military or economic power among governments to prevent any one from excessively dominating others. [1/2 definitions]
bare only just sufficient; mere. [1/6 definitions]
cause good reason or sufficient motive. [1/5 definitions]
comfortable quite sufficient to one's needs; somewhat more than adequate. [1/3 definitions]
competence the state of being capable, qualified, or sufficient. [2/3 definitions]
credulity an inclination to believe or trust, esp. without sufficient basis or evidence; gullibility.
critical mass the amount or number necessary or sufficient to cause an effect or result. [1/2 definitions]
deterrence the policy of amassing sufficient offensive nuclear weapons to deter a potential enemy from attacking. [1/2 definitions]
do1 to be satisfactory or sufficient. [1/11 definitions]
energy a sufficient amount of such power. [1/4 definitions]
enough adequate to satisfy a requirement or need; sufficient. [2/6 definitions]
equal having sufficient skills or ability to do a specified thing (fol. by to). [1/6 definitions]
feed to be sufficient as food for. [1/13 definitions]
fill a sufficient or satisfying quantity or amount. [1/9 definitions]
frost the condition produced when the air temperature falls below the freezing point of water, or the coldness sufficient to produce this condition. [1/9 definitions]
generalize to form general principles, thoughts, or statements, with or without sufficient evidence. [1/5 definitions]
gratuitous given or done without sufficient reason or justification; unwarranted. [1/2 definitions]
ill-advised entered into without sufficient counsel or deliberation; unwise.