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synonyms for amplest

  • abundant
  • bountiful
  • broad
  • copious
  • expansive
  • extensive
  • generous
  • great
  • plentiful
  • spacious
  • substantial
  • voluminous
  • wide
  • abounding
  • big
  • bounteous
  • capacious
  • commodious
  • enough
  • full
  • galore
  • heavy
  • large
  • lavish
  • liberal
  • no end
  • plenteous
  • plenty
  • profuse
  • rich
  • roomy
  • spare
  • unrestricted
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antonyms for amplest

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  • cramped
  • insignificant
  • lacking
  • limited
  • little
  • meager
  • narrow
  • poor
  • rare
  • restricted
  • scarce
  • short
  • small
  • sparse
  • unimportant
  • wanting
  • insufficient
  • not enough
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How to use amplest in a sentence

Great talent, the amplest civil experience, and the purest patriotism are an inadequate basis of strength for an administration.
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"Pardon me, general, but my friend has frequently told me the story in its amplest details," Valentine observed.
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It was the crowning iniquity of the Inquisition that it thus afforded to the evil-minded the amplest opportunity of wrong-doing.
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Yet here, again, see how little need of Greek for the amplest use of a Greek author.
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From them have been extracted—in times of peace—the amplest admissions of the justice of the Uitlander case.
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Shakespeare are the amplest freight brought home by any voyager.
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If he erred, the world took ample revenge upon him for it, while he conferred in return his amplest blessing on the world.
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My present impressions are in favor of making the amplest provision in the library for the use of books there.
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Charles smiled, and promised to obtain from Duke Alfonso the amplest satisfaction.
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In them humanity has its freest play and amplest expression.
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