adjective, am·pler, am·plest.
- amphotericin b,
- amphotropic virus,
Origin of ample
Examples from the Web for ampleness
Then comes the new property of the University of Pittsburgh, which is built with ampleness of design.
The parterre, extending before the main building, is of an ampleness scarcely conceivable until once viewed.Royal Palaces and Parks of France|Milburg Francisco Mansfield
There was much of the ampleness of Mirabeau, but no heaviness; there was so much soul that this carried that lightly.Balzac|Frederick Lawton
Word Origin for ample
mid-15c., from Middle French ample, from Latin amplus "large, spacious," related to ampla "handle, grip."