suffice

Part of speech: verb

To satisfy.

Part of speech: verb

To be sufficient for; be adequate.

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Usage examples "suffice":

  1. I know something of horses now- that is, if much riding and much love suffice to give a knowledge of them- and the horse which was a glory and a wonder to me then, is a glory and a wonder to me still. - "The Flight of the Shadow", George MacDonald.
  2. Suffice to say, that every paper that might have revealed more than my slight knowledge of Spain's origin or connections had been destroyed. - "The Book of Gud", Dan Spain Harold Hersey.
  3. Not to detain the reader with long details, let a single instance suffice. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.