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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Enough
 
Enough is as good as a feast.  Dutch.  1
Enough is as good as a feast to one that is not a beast.  2
Enough is a feast, too much vanity.  3
Enough is better than a sack full.  German.  4
Enough is better than too much.  French, Dutch.  5
Enough is enough of bread and cheese.  6
Enough is great riches.  Danish.  7
Enough to keep the wolf from the door.  8
Good enough is never ought.  9
Leave well enough alone.  10
More than enough is too much.  11
Of enough men leave.  12
That is never to be called little which a man thinks to be enough.  13
There is never enough where naught is left.  Italian.  14
There is not enough if there is not too much.  French.  15
What is enough is never little.  French.  16
 
 
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