Modicum in a Sentence  ðŸ”‰

Definition of Modicum

a small portion

Examples of Modicum in a sentence

1. When Jane wore the short dress to the funeral, she proved she did not have a modicum of decency. ðŸ”‰

2. Because the man was not sober, he did not have even a modicum of control over his car.  ðŸ”‰

3. If you want to be taken serious by the acting community, you must have more than a modicum of training. ðŸ”‰

4. All I need is a modicum of money to pay for my basic needs. ðŸ”‰

5. Since the editor hates the politician, he probably published a story about him that does not have a modicum of truth in it.  ðŸ”‰

6. Boiling an egg requires only a modicum of intelligence. ðŸ”‰

7. Fortunately, the baby only has to take a modicum of this unpleasant medicine every four hours. ðŸ”‰

8. Jamie’s project was boring and did not display a modicum of creativity. ðŸ”‰

9. If everyone would donate even a modicum of their yearly salaries, we could easily build a new city park. ðŸ”‰

10. Sadly, the college football player achieved only a modicum of success before breaking his back. ðŸ”‰

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