fill the bill

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Synonyms for fill the bill

be what is needed or be good enough for what is required


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The Phoenix Park show attracts 100,000 fans every year but will not go ahead this summer - because there aren't enough Irish pop acts to fill the bill.
Now, Black Country folk group Giggety, comedian Dugie Parker and entertainer Don Maclean will fill the bill at the shows, taking place on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4.
Unfortunately, America's Ready doesn't fill the bill.
For a taste of a holiday in Provence, no need to hop a plane: A trip to Pierre Deux will fill the bill.
For those who enjoy the ease of use a red-dot finder provides, the Burgess/TMB MRF (Multi-Reticle Finder) should fill the bill nicely.
I could pretty much fill the bill with my fighters alone, but they want Geard and Steven to top a card here to generate interest from local fans.
Until then, my visits will take place between the covers of a book, and Daheim's fill the bill nicely.
If you are interested or know someone who might fill the bill, contact Michelle now on 020 7751 7374 or e-mail neighbours@rdfmedia.
No matter what my customers want, I can find a Buck or a Benchmade that will fill the bill.
It has always been hard to find simple, quick, good-tasting veggie recipes for main courses, and your books fill the bill wonderfully.
The distinguished Iranian scholar Seyyed Hossein Nasr would seem to fill the bill perfectly.
In case your chapter ever needs a live-wire speaker, he will fill the bill.