suffice (v.) 1
satisfy, nourish, provide for
AW III.v.10 [Mariana to Diana and Widow, of the procession] let's ... suffice ourselves with the report of it
AYL II.vii.132 [Orlando to Duke Senior, of Adam] till he be first sufficed
KJ I.i.191 [Bastard alone] when my knightly stomach is sufficed
Luc 1112 [] True sorrow then is feelingly sufficed / When with like semblance it is sympathized
Sonn 37.11 [] I in thy abundance am sufficed

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