01. The students had [ample] time to do the test, and most finished with plenty of time to spare.
02. The young boys were staring at their teacher's [ample] breasts.
03. There is [ample] space in the back of the van for the boys' hockey equipment.
04. The Greek climate is notable for its [ample] sunshine, with an average of 3,000 hours of sunshine per year.
05. Rainfall is [ample] in this area, with an annual average of well over 4000 millimeters.
06. With abundant natural resources, the country has [ample] potential for development.
07. There is [ample] evidence to suggest that South America has been inhabited for at least 10,000 years.
08. The police have [ample] proof of motive for the suspect in the murder.
09. Members of the audience will have [ample] time to ask questions at the end of the lecture.
10. There will be an [ample] supply of champagne for the wedding guests at the reception.
11. The government had [ample] warning that the country was not prepared for a major emergency, but chose to ignore it.
12. There will be [ample] time to play in the lake and run around the campground once we have the tent set up.
13. There is [ample] space for our piano in the living room.
14. His newest recording [amply] demonstrates his talent for writing hit pop songs.
15. Two or three pairs of shoes should be [ample]; why she needs 15 pairs of shoes is beyond me.
16. Julius Rosenwald once said, "Do not be fooled into believing that because a man is rich he is necessarily smart. There is [ample] proof to the contrary."

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