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keyword: Enough
Old Enough To Be Someone's Father »
(I am a lot older than you; you are much younger than I...)

A Stone's Throw Away From Something »
(close enough that you could throw a stone and hit it...)

Below Par »
(poor; not good enough...)

Burning The Candle At Both Ends »
(working for many hours without getting enough rest...)

Can't Cut The Mustard »
(not good enough to participate...)

Capable Of Doing Something »
(able to do it; strong enough; willing to do a hurtful act...)

Coming Of Age »
(you are old enough to do it...)

Spread Oneself Too Thin »
(spend too much time in too many different places; not focus enough on one thing...)

Think Someone Or Something Fit For Something »
(believe that one is good enough to do the job...)

Turning Up Your Nose »
(rejecting others because they are not good enough...)

Within A Stone's Throw Of Something »
(Close enough that you could throw a stone and hit it...)

Within Hailing Distance »
(close enough to gain the attention of another ship...)

Within Shouting Distance »
(they can hear us when we shout; close enough that they can hear if we shout...)

Within Someone's Reach »
(you can reach it with your hands; it is close enough that one can get it...)

Within Walking Distance »
(you can walk there from here; it is close enough that you can walk there...)



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