[ UK /ˈæmpli/ ]
[ US /ˈæmpɫi/ ]
[ US /ˈæmpɫi/ ]
to an ample degree or in an ample manner
we benefited richly
these voices were amply represented
sufficiently; more than adequately
the evidence amply (or fully) confirms our suspicions
they were fully (or amply) fed
How To Use amply In A Sentence
- The figures amply confirm this. MANAGING FOR RESULTS
- We would also be willing to direct you to amply qualified optometrists, psychiatrists and educational institutions.
- Opening up whole, free standing buildings out of solid rock is no mean achievement and these churches amply illustrate that man can indeed move mountains.
- He sings splendidly and cavorts camply with bravura. The Sun
- And the plot amply delivers the expected satisfactions of an intricate puzzle adroitly solved.
- Still, who could remain unmoved by their dignity and strength which is amply demonstrated by their generous and warm-hearted press release (here)? A Biblical Scourge
- Part of what makes them so interesting is Mr. Gibbs's point of view, which was that of an unintellectual but highly intelligent playgoer who knew what he liked and was amply endowed with horse sense. He Knew What He Liked—Not Much
- A piece of cottonwood fluff brought low by the rain settles damply onto the hood of the truck.
- It couldn't make up its mind whether to be intentionally, camply sneery and sniggery or just boldly melodramatic. Times, Sunday Times
- Allington before the flowers of May would have come, and the crowd and the glare and the fashion and the art of the Academy’s great exhibition must therefore remain unknown to her; but she was taken to see many pictures, and among others she was taken to see the pictures belonging to a certain nobleman who, with that munificence which is so amply enjoyed and so little recognised in The Last Chronicle of Barset