anough

anough

(əˈnʌf)
adj
enough
References in classic literature ?
Whereof hee soon aware, Each perturbation smooth'd with outward calme, Artificer of fraud; and was the first That practisd falshood under saintly shew, Deep malice to conceale, couch't with revenge: Yet not anough had practisd to deceive URIEL once warnd; whose eye pursu'd him down The way he went, and on th' ASSYRIAN mount Saw him disfigur'd, more then could befall Spirit of happie sort: his gestures fierce He markd and mad demeanour, then alone, As he suppos'd, all unobserv'd, unseen.
An Apology Against a Pamphlet: "For this I cannot omit without ingratitude to that providence above, who hath ever bred me up in plenty although my life hath not bin unexpensive in learning, and voyaging about, so long as it shall please him to lend mee what he hath hitherto thought good, which is anough to serve me in all honest and liberall occasions," in CPW I:929.
Stallions Head Coach Andre Sommersell told XPRESS: "We did not have anough players for that game.
and civil" ones "who confess'd / They had anough reveng'd" (1467-68), figures who stand for the possibility of detente--are by now also among the dead.
We understand, in fact, that in the world of history one cannot revoke anything, there is not anough time for everything and nothing turns back the same.
But they may not have afforded anough respect to attacking midfielder George Boyd, who looks worth a buy at 14.
Mildred had earlier pointed out such a vulnerability when speaking of Henry: "Them free papers he carry with him all over the place don't carry anough freedom" [113]).
Ray Owen (left) is 'delighted' that police are reopening the case of the car which crashed into his home (far left) - after at first saying there wasn't anough evidence to prosecute
Currently the 612,000 hectares of HTI to be built in five provinces will be anough only to supply 50% of raw material needed by its pulp factories.
You may want time to yourself right now, but you can spread your wings soon anough and how so
We've come across their type too many times before and we're smart anough to realise top managers with bulging CVs can be a problem, especially if their Y-fronts are too tight.