suffice (v.) Old form(s): suffises
satisfy, content, be enough [for]
LLL II.i.167[King to Princess, of waiting until the next day to see documents] It shall suffice me
TC II.iii.66[Thersites to Patroclus, responding to 'Why am I a fool?'] it suffices me thou art
Tit I.i.112[Tamora to Titus] Sufficeth not that we are brought to Rome / To beautify thy triumphs
TS III.ii.105[Petruchio to all] Sufficeth I am come to keep my word [i.e. it is enough that I'm here]
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