suf·fi·cien·cy n: the quality or state of being sufficientthe sufficiency of the evidence to convict
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
abundance, accumulation, adequacy, adequate resources, affluence, ample stock, ampleness, amplitude, cache, capacity, competence, competency, copiousness, cornucopia, enough, fill, full measure, fullness, fund, glut, hoard, large amount, plenitude, plenty, plethora, profuseness, profusion, quod satis est, redundance, repletion, reservoir, satiety, satisfactoriness, saturation, shower, store, sufficientness, superabundance, supply, surfeit, treasure, wealth, wherewithal
associated concepts: legal sufficiency, sufficiency of the evidence
admissibility, competence (ability), minimum, quorum, satisfaction (fulfilment), store (depository)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
the question in the law of evidence as to whether a party has produced enough evidence that supports his case. In criminal cases in England and in Scotland, a failure to produce a sufficiency can result in a case being dismissed on a plea of no case to answer. See corroboration.
Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001.