suffice it to say it stems from some decade-old feud over power and money.
suffice it to say that awareness of the risks of giving offense produces a chilling effect on the ground in Russia.
suffice it to say that McKiernan had many allies in the military and his summary dismissal by Mr. Obama was not forgotten.
The proposal story was a long one, involving a hidden ring and a crazy dog, but suffice to say, it worked.
suffice it to say there was not a lot of cogent discussion of immigration policy.
suffice it, then, that Heloise lived with her uncle the howitzer and was happy.
A satire, an epigram, or a caricature may suffice to produce such a conviction.
Of our Georgian poetry, it must suffice to note that here, too, the temper of adventure in form is rife.
A sad irony lies in his saying that the time past may suffice.
suffice it to say that in three months I had the lake drawn off, so as to expose a very large margin of the late bottom.