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ample (adjective); ampler, more ample; amplest, most ample
1. Of large or great size, amount, extent, or capacity: "Fred and Lina had ample space in their living room for the birthday party."
2. Large in degree, kind, or quantity: "Shirley was receiving an ample salary for a beginner."
3. More than enough or more than normal: "Bruce felt that he had received ample justice by the court when he was tried for causing an auto accident."
3. Fully sufficient to meet a need or purpose: "The Jason family had an ample amount of food for the guests at the wedding celebration."

"The teacher told the students that they will have ample time to finish the final exam."

4. Etymology: from Middle French ample, from Latin amplus, "large, spacious".
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(Latin: largus, ample, abundant, copious, generous; large)
(Greek: many, much; excessive; abnormal amount, profuse, ample, large quantity; multiple, abundant, numerous)
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lots of ample parking
Advertisement heard on a radio: "Come on down! We have lots of ample parking!"
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