adequate to

  1. having the requisite qualities for
    equal to the task
    the work isn't up to the standard I require
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How To Use adequate to In A Sentence

  • This regime should have been more than adequate to demonstrate any significant short-term effects of reduced sleep.
  • Taxes must be adequate to raise a revenue sufficient to meet those federal expenditures which are truly advantageous to the general welfare, to maintain justifiable confidence in the soundness of the dollar, and to underwrite the safety of the federal debt as an investment. As The Allies Face The Future
  • The acting, while not of award calibre, is more than adequate to tell the storywhile the soundtrack is outstanding. March 2010
  • The hostels for Gujjar students established during the tenure of Sheikh Abdullah in the late 1970s are far from adequate to meet the rising demand.
  • NASA funding would be adequate to engage in concurrent engineering for our new systems and programs if the people knew the potential impact of not rapidly developing our capabilities and understanding of the space environment. Alan Stern on NASA's Cost Increase Problems - NASA Watch
  • And it is to be hoped that the normal balance of executive and legislative authority may be wholly equal, wholly adequate to meet the unprecedented task before us.
  • Your first effort may well look like a rag doll, but this is quite adequate to begin with.
  • The Office of Inspector General -- which in May issued a damning report about the appalling lack of enforcement of inhumane large-scale commercial dog breeding operations -- found that the present government program for inspecting horses for soring "is not adequate to ensure that these animals are not being abused. Wayne Pacelle: Federal Audit Finds Rampant Abuses of Show Horses; Agency Reform Promised
  • Thus in articulating an interpretation, or set of interpretations of the term adequate to frame theoretical issues, we cannot simply describe how it is currently employed ” we must assign it a more definite and coherent meaning than extant in common usage (Block 1995, 2002). Consciousness and Intentionality
  • Once the campaign gathered steam, the Trust had to take an interest in the matter, and found that its first lines of defence were inadequate to it.
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