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2. Two bottles of wine will suffice for lunch.
3. Suffice it to say that afterwards we never met again.
4. A few more statistics will suffice to show the trends of the time.
5. I won't go into all the depressing details; suffice it to say that the whole affair was an utter disaster.
6. Suffice to say, Mike won't be going to Tina's birthday party after what he said about her to her boss.
7. Will 10 suffice for the trip?
8. Some bread and soup will suffice me.
9. A light lunch will suffice .
10. Suffice it to say that they're having marital problems.
11. Suffice it to say, I refused to get involved.
12. A few brief observations will suffice for present purposes.
13. Give two instances in point — that will suffice.
14. One example will suffice to illustrate the point.
15. A light lunch should suffice me.
16. I won't go into all the details. Suffice it to say that the whole event was a complete disaster.
17. I will do my best to suffice you.
18. Meanwhile, it will suffice to notice the strangeness of Anselm's choice.
19. Analysts doubt that the lay-offs will suffice to make the company profitable again.
20. Suffice to say, we smell a rat.
21. No longer will simply-serviceable shoulder bags suffice.
22. Suffice it to say that in any extended study of the martial arts it warrants closer examination.
23. Suffice to say, a comeback never materialized.
24. A cover letter should never exceed one page; often a far shorter letter will suffice.
25. Generally a brief note or a phone call will suffice.
26. I'm taking four hundred pounds' worth of travellers' cheques - I think that should suffice.
27. The intervention represented by the Newsboys' House, which your generosity made possible, can not suffice to meet this threat.
28. There are two alternative forms of conduct, and either of two forms of intent will suffice.http://sentencedict.com/suffice.html
29. To put matters in the political context of the time, one instance will suffice.
30. Nothing but independent advice or relief from the ascendancy of her husband over her judgment and will would suffice.