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abundance an amount that is more than enough; a very plentiful quantity. [1/2 definitions]
adequate sufficient in quantity; enough. [3 definitions]
afford to have enough money to purchase (something); be able to meet (an expense). [1/3 definitions]
allow to permit by not paying close enough attention. [1/5 definitions]
aplenty sufficiently enough; in abundance. [1/2 definitions]
bench a seat, often without a back, that is long enough for two or more people. [1/6 definitions]
billfold a folding case for carrying paper money, often of leather and usu. small enough to fit into a pocket; wallet.
bloodless without, or as without, blood or enough blood; pale. [1/3 definitions]
boil1 of a liquid, to produce bubbles of vapor when heated to a high enough temperature. [1/8 definitions]
bun a loaf of bread small enough for a single serving; roll. [1/2 definitions]
careless not cautious or attentive enough; negligent (often fol. by "with," "about," or "in"). [1/5 definitions]
carrel a cubicle large enough for one reader, often in or near the stacks of a library.
carry-on of luggage, small enough to be stored in the passenger cabin of an airplane. [2 definitions]
certified check a check bearing the issuing bank's guarantee that there is enough money on deposit to cover the check.
conference table a table large enough to accommodate the participants in a conference.
coronary insufficiency a medical condition in which the heart muscle does not receive enough oxygenated blood, resulting in angina pectoris or heart failure.
cover of money, to be enough to pay the full amount of (a debt or charge). [1/21 definitions]
dare to be courageous enough or reckless enough to do something. [1/4 definitions]
deafening extremely loud, sometimes loud enough to cause hearing loss.
decent (informal) having enough clothes on; dressed. [1/5 definitions]
deep-fry to fry in a deep pan with enough fat or oil to cover what is being cooked.