Suffice it to say



It is enough to say this and no more, as in Suffice it to say that the judge was furious when the invitation was withdrawn. [ Late 1600s ]

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    verb (used without object), sufficed, sufficing. 1. to be enough or adequate, as for needs, purposes, etc. verb (used with object), sufficed, sufficing. 2. to be enough or adequate for; satisfy. verb 1. to be adequate or satisfactory for (something) 2. (takes a clause as object) suffice it to say that, let us say no […]

  • Suffice

    verb (used without object), sufficed, sufficing. 1. to be enough or adequate, as for needs, purposes, etc. verb (used with object), sufficed, sufficing. 2. to be enough or adequate for; satisfy. verb 1. to be adequate or satisfactory for (something) 2. (takes a clause as object) suffice it to say that, let us say no […]



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  • Suffering

    noun 1. the state of a person or thing that suffers. 2. Often, sufferings. something suffered by a person or a group of people; pain: the sufferings of the slaves. verb (used without object) 1. to undergo or feel pain or distress: The patient is still suffering. 2. to sustain injury, disadvantage, or loss: One’s […]



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