- r to an ample degree or in an ample manner
these voices were amply represented
- r sufficiently; more than adequately
the evidence amply (or fully) confirms our suspicions
they were fully (or amply) fed
- Dividends from investments in solid securities also added to his fortune, which was amply sufficient for his extravagances.
- Altogether, the lot amply illustrates that, as Director Jan van der Marck observes, "Wesselmann shows woman as the consumer, both consuming and being consumed.
- But in more elegant circles he is found amply attractive.
- Howard Hunt in Forbes
I think I've paid my debt to society,Hunt said in 1997. "I think I've paid it amply."
- Barack Obama in National Review Online (blog)
In trying to provide some historical context for the current wave of Jihadist violence, Obama noted that "these extremists are not the first to kill in the name of God; the cruelties of the Crusades are amply recorded."
- Jack Valenti in Wired News
321 Studios built its business on the flawed premise that it could profit from violating the motion picture studios' copyrights,said Jack Valenti, the MPAA's president and chief executive. "The courts have been amply clear: There is no...