ample

All Adjective
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  • Another street of approximately 15 houses of ample size has since been added.
  • Ample powers were given him, and he attained a full measure of success.
  • They need ample exercise not only for physical well-being, but also for emotional well-being.
  • The plant was installed in ample buildings north of the railroad, and a large business soon built up.
  • About this time he gave up the practice of law and devoted his ample time to politics and agriculture.
  • During the preceding several months, friends had observed he had added some to his already ample frame.
  • The presence of such institutions provides the students of the state with ample opportunities for higher education.
  • Because of its green and ample campus, the school used to serve as a scene for local educational television programs.
  • This, of course, provided ample warning that a major French attack was coming.
  • The new building provided impressive and ample space for the growth of the library.
  • It also gave ample opportunity for wars within Greece between different cities.
  • The row style allows teachers ample amount of space to walk around.
  • She apparently had received the procedures required by due process of law in ample measure.
  • On the other hand, successful Italian still-life artists found ample patronage in their day.
  • These figures are considerably lower than the generally accepted numbers, which caused ample controversy.
  • Yet, I sent a friend, with full power from me, to give you the amplest protection. Cited from John Bull, by George Colman
  • Soon these proved too small for them, and they had to seek ampler quarters outside the walls. Cited from The History of England, by T.F. Tout
  • She felt that she had mounted one step higher on the stage of development, and gained an ampler view. Cited from Port of Adventure, by Charles N. Williamson and Alice M. Williamson
  • Due to its slow motion, giving local officials ample time to prepare.
  • This has continued to provide ample replacements for the older residents who are lost over time.
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Meaning of ample

  • adjective More than enough in size or scope or capacity
    had ample food for the party, an ample supply