suffice (it) to say

idiom

used to say that one could give more information about something but that the statement that follows is enough
Suffice to say, she has a lot on her hands with four children.

Examples of suffice (it) to say in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web There’s one scene in particular that will have audiences buzzing, or retching, or both — suffice it to say this is not a film to be screened at Lamaze classes. Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, 4 Apr. 2024 So suffice it to say that the recent trend of landlords unilaterally enrolling tenants in credit reporting programs raises a bevy of potential FCRA issues. Adam Singer, Forbes, 28 Mar. 2024 As for the etymology, suffice to say no one has any idea. Jason O'Bryan, Robb Report, 23 Mar. 2024 This will change market-by-market but, suffice to say, Green Chartreuse is inimitable. Jason O'Bryan, Robb Report, 16 Mar. 2024 To reveal more would be too much of a spoiler, but suffice it to say that the relationship between Michael and his pooch companion only deepens, especially when it’s revealed that Arthur is suffering from a potentially deadly infection. Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, 13 Mar. 2024 This, suffice it to say, is representative of a profound problem with our political and legal cultures. The Editors, National Review, 13 Mar. 2024 The 1980s, suffice it to say, were not the Middle Ages. Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic, 7 Mar. 2024 The warning is important, because suffice to say, this car is not street compatible at all. Sydney Bucksbaum, EW.com, 22 Jan. 2024

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“Suffice (it) to say.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/suffice%20%28it%29%20to%20say. Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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