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Enough is as good as a feast used as a warning against overindulgence, or overdoing something; saying recorded from the late 14th century.

enough is enough originally used as an expression of content or satisfaction, but now more usually employed as a reprimand, warning someone against persisting in an inappropriate or excessive course of action.

See also cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey, throw dirt enough, give a man rope enough, a word to the wise is enough.

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