Suf*fice" (?), v. i. [imp. & p.
p. Sufficed (?); p. pr. & vb. n.
Sufficing (?).] [OE. suffisen, OF. soufire, F.
suffire (cf. suffisant, p. pr.), L. sufficere to
put under, to substitute, to avail for, to suffice; sub under +
facere to make. See Fact.] To be enough, or
sufficient; to meet the need (of anything); to be equal to the end
proposed; to be adequate. Chaucer.
To recount almighty works,
What words or tongue of seraph can suffice?
Suf*fice", v. t. 1.
To satisfy; to content; to be equal to the wants or demands
Let it suffice thee; speak no more unto me of
this matter. Deut. iii. 26.
2. To furnish; to supply adequately.
The power appeased, with winds sufficed the