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ample +‎ -ly

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amply (comparative more amply, superlative most amply)

  1. In an ample manner.
    • 1902, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, chapter 36, in The Great Boer War:
      If, during his long persecution by President Kruger, Wools-Sampson in the bitterness of his heart had vowed a feud against the Boer cause, it must be acknowledged that he has most amply fulfilled it.

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