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Phonetic Respelling: [ ih-nuhf ]

Definition: Play

adj. adequate for the want or need; pron. an adequate quantity.

Sentence: Play Play

I had just enough money to buy a sandwich. OR I had enough to eat.

More example sentences:

I had just enough money to buy a sandwich. OR I had enough to eat.

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She did not hold the minim long enough when playing the song.

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What kind of demon was not extinct enough for Alec?

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Who did not have enough money for a party?

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How did the kids warm the school bus up enough so it could start?

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How did Alice get small enough to fit through the door?

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Charlene's roller coaster had enough loops to make an astronaut do what?

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What made it impossible for any hunters to get close enough to kill the terrible man-eating birds of the Stymphalian Marsh?

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I've heard enough of your poo.

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What does "She could not pull her nose from her book long enough to eat a meal" mean?

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Who gave Raspberry the advice of 'just leave people be for long enough and they will screw up for themselves, sure 'nuff?'

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The flower was drooping because it did not have enough water.

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How might you get close enough to watch gorillas?

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How did Angus catch enough fish to eat ?

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She did not have enough money to clothe her children.

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Synonyms: Play

adequate; satisfactory; sufficient

Antonyms: Play

inadequate; insufficient

How many syllables in enough?

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Divide enough into syllables:


Enough rhymes:

  • One Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear bluff bluff
    • Hear bruff bruff
    • Hear buff buff
    • Hear cluff cluff
    • Hear cuff cuff
    • Hear cuffe cuffe
    • Hear duff duff
    • Hear fluff fluff
    • Hear gruff gruff
    • Hear guff guff
    • Hear hough hough
    • Hear huff huff
    • Hear luff luff
    • Hear muff muff
    • Hear pluff pluff
    • Hear puff puff
    • Hear rough rough
    • Hear ruf ruf
    • Hear ruff ruff
    • Hear schuff schuff
    • Hear scuff scuff
    • Hear shuff shuff
    • Hear slough slough
    • Hear snuff snuff
    • Hear stough stough
    • Hear stuff stuff
    • Hear tough tough
    • Hear tuff tuff
  • Two Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear acuff acuff
    • Hear leboeuf leboeuf
    • Hear lebouef lebouef
    • Hear macduff macduff
    • Hear mcduff mcduff
    • Hear mcgeough mcgeough
    • Hear mcgough mcgough
    • Hear rebuff rebuff

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