Adequate in a sentence

use Adequate in a sentence

adequate;

Sufficient for the purpose; enough;

Adequate nutrition is essential to the proper physical development of growing children.

The project has been canceled due to a lack of adequate funds.

The equipment at the worksite was barely adequate to the job we had to do.

The money we have put aside should be adequate for your first year of university.

The students told the teacher that they felt they didn’t have adequate time to finish the test.

Opposition members are suggesting that this government’s initiatives to deal with the AIDS problem are simply not adequate.

About a quarter of the population of India is too poor to be able to afford an adequate diet.

Getting an adequate amount of sleep each night is one of the easiest and most effective ways of improving your daily life.

Fifty dollars should be adequate compensation for the work he did.

Those who do not have an adequate education or special training may face major hurdles when looking for a job.

Critics suggest that government initiatives to deal with the AIDS problem are not adequate.