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Use "amply" in a sentence
"It seems to me that this thread once again amply demonstrates how Mike prefers arguing with certain 'critics' above others, i.e. B's and C's (according to his classification)?"
"Stedman calls it "a landscape poem," a term amply justified."
"One thing at least is abundantly clear -- that, as Dr. Evans put it in the summary of his first year's results, 'that great early civilization was not dumb,' but, on the contrary, had means of expression amply adequate to its needs."