Ample (adjective)

  1. Of large size or capacity; spacious.
  2. More than sufficient; abundant.
  3. Adequate or enough for a particular purpose.
  4. Wide or broad.
  5. Pleasingly plentiful or adequate.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french, from latin amplus (“large, spacious, ample”).

Examples:

  1. The room had ample space for everyone to sit and move around.
  2. There was ample food for everyone at the party.
  3. We have ample time to complete the project.
  4. She wore a dress with an ample skirt.
  5. The restaurant provided an ample serving of food for a reasonable price.
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