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manner; sufficiently or abundantly:
He apologized amply for his error. They were amply supplied with food.
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In the long run, a million horrid deaths would be
repaid in the cause of humanity.
Much to the amazement of a houseful audience, this tiger made it
clear that she can swim.
resilient for turbulent handling in-flight or rough transport up a mountain via a yak, this is one burly bag.
In four concise sentences, you have
demonstrated the need for social sciences and the humanities.
These things are
covered in the book, but there is this worrying trend to expect us to hand the students the answers.
Together, the authors
prove the old maxim that even paranoids have enemies.
Governments have proved
that they can't be counted on to get the job of cleaning up corruption done, even with a new treaty.
Vernal lushness was a month away, but the boxwood and the sculpted evergreens proved
All this is
and richly reflected in his first volume of memoirs.
He wished that his compeer might prosper in such simple wise as his own experience had proved to be
British Dictionary definitions for
more than sufficiently; fully; generously
he was amply rewarded
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