amply

[am-plee]
adverb
in an ample manner; sufficiently or abundantly: He apologized amply for his error. They were amply supplied with food.

Origin:
1550–60; amp(le) + -ly

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amply (ˈæmplɪ)
 
adv
more than sufficiently; fully; generously: he was amply rewarded

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Example sentences
In the long run, a million horrid deaths would be amply repaid in the cause of
  humanity.
Much to the amazement of a houseful audience, this tiger made it amply clear
  that she can swim.
Amply 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 amply demonstrated the need for social
  sciences and the humanities.
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