Wednesday, March 16, 2005

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The 1913 edition of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary has this to say about 'Sufficience':

Suf*fi"cience (?), n.

And this on 'Sufficiently':
Suf*fi"cient*ly, adv.

To a sufficient degree; to a degree that answers the purpose, or gives content; enough; as, we are sufficiently supplied with food; a man sufficiently qualified for the discharge of his official duties.
Last I checked, nouns and adjectives were rarely synonyms.

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