adjective, am·pler, am·plest.
Origin of ample
Examples from the Web for amplest
In the briefest appeal to history may be found the amplest support for these deductions from the principles of social science.
As to his religious nature, it seems to me to have certainly been of the amplest, deepest-rooted, loftiest kind.Complete Prose Works|Walt Whitman
Immense private houses, with the amplest grounds to be found perhaps in any great city, abut on meanly proportioned streets.
I gave you the amplest opportunity to save yourself from this ruin, if you had not been a fool.Julian Home|Dean Frederic W. Farrar
As I have already hinted, Whitman has met with by far his amplest acceptance and appreciation in Europe.Birds and Poets|John Burroughs
British Dictionary definitions for amplest
Word Origin for ample
Word Origin and History for amplest
mid-15c., from Middle French ample, from Latin amplus "large, spacious," related to ampla "handle, grip."