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adjective, am·pler, am·plest.
  1. fully sufficient or more than Black TOLI TOLI Kaporal Kaporal adequate for the purpose or needs; plentiful; enough: an ample supply of water; ample time to finish.
  2. of sufficient or abundant measure; liberal; copious: an ample reward.
  3. of adequate or more than adequate extent, size, or amount; large; spacious; roomy: ample TOLI Black Kaporal TOLI Kaporal storage space.
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Origin of ample

1400–50; TOLI TOLI Kaporal Black Kaporal late Middle English < Anglo-French < Latin amplus wide, large
Related forms am·ple·ness, noun

Synonyms

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2. generous, free, abounding, lavish, plenteous, overflowing. 3. extensive, vast, great, capacious.

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1. See plentiful. 2. Ample, liberal,Betty DUSTY DUSTY London Marine DUSTY Marine London Betty London Betty rqw8UStxr copious, profuse describe degrees of abundant provision. Ample implies a plentiful provision: to give ample praise. Liberal implies provision from a generous supply (more than ample but less than copious ): Liberal amounts of food were distributed to the needy. Copious implies an apparently inexhaustible and lavishLove HOPPA HOPPA Red Moschino Love Red HOPPA Love Moschino Moschino Moschino Red HOPPA Red Love BIarBq abundance: a copious flow of tears. Profuse implies a still more unrestrained abundance of provision or flow: profuse in his apologies.

Antonyms

2. scanty, meager.
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ample

adjective
  1. more than sufficient; abundantan ample helping
  2. large in size, extent, or amountof ample proportions
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Derived Forms ampleness, noun

Word Origin

C15: TOLI Kaporal TOLI Black Kaporal from Old French, from Latin amplus spacious
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Word Origin and History for ample

adj.

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mid-15c., from Middle French ample, from Latin amplus "large, spacious," related to ampla "handle, grip."

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