Agreed: Want to stop now? Fair enough (1925+)
fair enough—but how do you get this young skateboarder-scholar-adventurer to a Taliban training camp?
So, fair enough, a little diplomatic ambiguity can help you get around such problems.
Perhaps it sounded more forceful in the language of Dante and Petrarch, but fair enough.
fair enough, but Wecht hasn't seen the new autopsy, yet, so we can't possibly know whether his opinion might change.
And fair enough, maybe this is just the normal process of supply and demand.
Middle-aged matrons and elderly spinsters, they were neither young nor fair enough to be stolen as pirates' brides.
But I shall not quickly forget that you have been fair enough to her and to me to tell me that.
Are not our maidens good enough and fair enough, that you must need search for a wife elsewhere?
Failing that, it would be fair enough for you to take me, failing a better.
fair enough, as Beatrix has told me; but sufficiently impertinent.