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sufficiency (countable and uncountable, plural sufficiencies)

  1. (uncountable) The quality or condition of being sufficient.
  2. (countable) An adequate amount.
    • 1916, Hilaire Belloc, A General Sketch of the European War: The second phase, page 388:
      But the Eastern front of the Allies was far more vulnerable. Russia could not begin to supply herself with a sufficiency of large guns and of heavy munitionment for them.

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