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  • She had grown into her young womanhood with an ampleness that had nothing of oversufficiency in it, nor anywhere a threat that some day there might be too much of her. Cited from The Conquest of Canaan, by Booth Tarkington
  • It occurred to O'Neill that she traveled well equipped; there were boxes and baskets in full ampleness. Cited from The Second Class Passenger, by Perceval Gibbon
  • Modern low-floor pusher articulated buses also tend to suffer from suspension problems because their wheels lack the ampleness of travel that would enable them to absorb surface unevennesses.
  • S: And if they separate, Allah will render them both free from want out of His ampleness, and Allah is Ample-giving, Wise. Cited from Three Translations of The Koran (Al-Qur'an) side by side
  • An equivalent, maybe more intuitive, definition of the ampleness of the line bundle \mathcal L is its having a positive tensorial power that is very ample.
  • There have been heroes for whom this world seemed expressly prepared, as if creation had at last succeeded; whose daily life was the stuff of which our dreams are made, and whose presence enhanced the beauty and ampleness of Nature herself. Cited from A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
  • Thus was completed the strategic manoeuvre defined by the instructions of the General in Chief on Sept. 11 and developed during the five following weeks with the ampleness we have just seen. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, May 1915, V. 2, No. 2
  • As part of his romantic endowment, he prefers to place plot and personages in the dim backward of Time, gaining thus in perspective and ampleness of atmosphere. Cited from Masters of the English Novel, by Richard Burton
  • It tells you that by its goodly old-time ampleness, its high panelled walls with their dimming portraits, its great chimneypiece flanked by tall cupboards, and its massive overshadowing stairway. Cited from Virginia: The Old Dominion, by Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
  • The ampleness of that reverberance is almost isolated. Cited from Aspects of Literature, by J. Middleton Murry
  • Still, if the charm called Beauty lies In ampleness of ear and lip, And nostrils of exceeding size, You are a gem, my ladyship! Cited from The Poems of Henry Kendall, by Henry Kendall
  • There are the same large heroic proportions, the same ampleness of physical development, and the same treatment of drapery, and there is also that perfect spiritual kinship which, to any true antiquarian, is one of the most valuable modes of evidence. Cited from Reviews, by Oscar Wilde
  • S: And whenever a Chapter is revealed, saying: Believe in Allah and strive hard along with His Messenger, those having ampleness of means ask permission of you and say: Leave us (behind), that we may be with those who sit. Cited from Three Translations of The Koran (Al-Qur'an) side by side
  • Her purple pyjamas clothed her with an ampleness that hid the lines of her body; she looked like some large, comfortable, unjointed toy, a sort of Teddy-bear -- but a Teddy bear with an angel's head, pink cheeks, and hair like a bell of gold. Cited from Crome Yellow, by Aldous Huxley
  • A bit later, in 1985, Shokurov published a paper titled The nonvanishing theorem, which became a cornerstone for the whole MMP as it was used in the proofs of such fundamental theorems as the Cone theorem and the Semi-ampleness theorem.

Meaning of ampleness

  • noun The property of being more than sufficient; comfortable sufficiency
    the ampleness of her servings more than satisfied his hunger
  • noun The property of impressive largeness in size
    he admired the ampleness of its proportions