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Similar words: modifycommoditysodiumdocumentmodemodelmodestdocumentaryMeaning: ['mɑdɪkəm /'mɒ-]  n. a small or moderate or token amount. 
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1. There's not even a modicum of truth in her statement.
2. They should win, given a modicum of luck.
3. If he had a modicum of sense, he wouldn't do such a foolish thing.
4. Anyone with a modicum of common sense could have seen that the plan wouldn't work.
5. Anyone with even a modicum of intelligence would have realized that!
6. I'd like to think I've had a modicum of success.
7. And just a modicum of elegant shafting.
8. He does so by taking scholars with a modicum of athletic ability and turning them into fundamentally sound models of basketball efficiency.
9. In time, she attained, if not virtue, a modicum of equanimity.
10. Looking after a fire does require a modicum of attention and responsibility.
11. As a party, it really only exercised a modicum of power in relation to the Stormont administration.
12. Understanding of figures and a modicum of research seem called for.
13. A modicum of semi-professional training defines the role as putting into practice a set of ideals inculcated in that training.
14. She had done the necromancy with a modicum of debonair detachment until the Army called out her husband for the second time.
15. A modicum of order and justice was not imposed until 1784, after which a more honest regime was established.
16. Much of James's statement had more than a modicum of truth.
17. He hasn't even a modicum of sincerity.
18. England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists.
19. In the life of Afghanistan's villages even a modicum of democracy is worth something.
20. The Paris declaration hopes to bring a modicum of order to these directionless crop - growers.
21. Thanks for Indians to provide a modicum of challenge and danger.
22. England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists - Ian Jack.
23. Seeing as Mr Moreton is a doctor, I would assume he has a modicum of intelligence.
24. As long as they get some exposure to written language, most learners will acquire at least a modicum of literacy.
25. We were left with a grab bag of effects, only a modicum of which registered.
26. But just suppose that the village mayoral candidate has a modicum of integrity in advertising.
27. Before you rush out, though,[] we must advise a modicum of caution.
28. But the bad guys get a spanking, so the story had a modicum of morality.
29. We shouldn't sensationalize this idea of a currency war -- but there is a modicum of truth that this is some kind of conflict.
30. Instant, I was forsooth scared in my innermost only possess any other bitterness and haze, Even if modicum can makes myself incapable give melody music comeliness encounter.
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