What's another way of saying enough is enough?
Some common synonyms for enough areappropriate, competent and sufficient. While all of these words mean "to be that which is necessary or desirable," "enough" is less precise in implication than "sufficient." do you have enough to eat When would enough be a good substitute for enough?
Some common synonyms for huge arecolossal, enormous, gigantic, immense, mammoth and tremendous.
He has tremendous energy. The power of the engine is enormous. She is an author of enormous talent. We had a great time.
extraordinary.fabulous(absolutely, dahling!) fantastic. fascinating.
Some common synonyms for plentiful areplentiful, plentiful and plentiful. While all of these words mean "more than sufficient without being excessive," plentiful means a large or plentiful supply.
blazing, brilliant, dazzling, sparkling, glistening, glittering, golden, intense, luminous, radiant, shimmering, shiny, silvery, sparkling, sunny, lively, mild, pleasant, translucent, sharp.
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tremendous | American Dictionary
large in quantity, size, or degree; very large: She is under a lot of pressure at work.
What does the word formidable mean most?
very large in quantity or level or extremely good: They made a tremendous amount of noise last night.
very large in quantity or level, or... See more at enormous. Effort.
If something is huge, then this is itvery good or very big. We have made tremendous efforts to resolve this case.
extraordinarily good or great; used in particular as an amplifier. "an enormous achievement" Synonyms:fantastic, magnificent, howling, unbelievable, wonderful, marvelous, rattling, grandiose, wondrous, wondrousextraordinary. beyond what is ordinary or customary; highly unusual or extraordinary or remarkable.
Some common synonyms for positive aresafe, cocksure and safe. While all of these words mean "to have without doubt or uncertainty," positively reinforces certainty or certainty and may imply a bossy belief or vigorous expression thereof.
/əˈtʃiːv.mənt/something very good and difficult that you have achieved... See more under Performance. (Definition of enormous and Achievement from the Cambridge English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
huge / (trɪˈmɛndes) / adjective.large; gigantic.
I am very grateful to all of the above.
/trɪˈmen.dəs/very large in quantity or level, or... See more at enormous. Impact.