I've tried the search here and a regular google-search, but it's possible my various queries have been either too broad or restrictive.
I'm looking for a one-word equivalent to "a fair amount".
A small (or even tiny, miniscule, barely notable) amount = "Modicum" A large (or lavish, excessive, or wasteful) amount = "Plethora"
It seems like there should be a word in between those. All I've been able to come up with are "enough", which doesn't really feel right, and variations of the same phrase - "A reasonable/suitable/fair/adequate/decent/middling amount".
For context: "He put a fair amount of thought into it"
OK, so 'plethora' wouldn't word there either, but something above 'modicum'. I may wind up just having to restructure the sentence, and that will probably be easier, but it's annoying me. Getting all up in my borderline OCD or something.
Thanks in advance.