I'd say it was possible, but I don't know your circumstances. Do you lose weight easily? Do you seriously needs to lose that ample of weight that instantly? 36 POUNDS is a DANGEROUS amount of weight to lose given the really short amount of time you're talking about. Losing weight gradually is key. You'll more likely maintain your diminished weight in doing so.
"45 minutes is an ample amount of time to finish your work," said the teacher.
More than enough.
i The romans had an ample supply of riches. that is an example but have a think about the wording ? ample actually mean lots of something and ampel means a small amount of something ?
fruit and vegetables
By providing an area to graze on unsoiled grass, protection from the elements, clean water, ample food, exercise and company.
Ample Assets at our Expense Shrinking Assets Diminishing Returns
The anagram of 'ample' is maple.
You shouldn't hide your horse. It needs ample space and the proper amount of attention.
Scant: hardly enough; small in size or amount, barely. Opposite of it is ample.
Cheer leading is not a contact sport because of the dangerous stunt elements which provide ample opportunity for exercise to be fun and easy.
Ample is an adjective.
Her essay was an ample representation of an epiphany. His preference for women of ample proportions was well-known. At his trial, there was ample evidence presented to convict the criminal.
I have ample money to buy the gifts for my friends
yes ample means big
Annie Ample is 5' 8".
Here is a sentence with the word ample in it. Joe needs to have ample time to get to his new job.
Example sentence - We had ample food supplies for the camping trip we were about to embark on.
A museum has an ample number of artifacts from history.
Though our backpacks were small, we had ample food for the hike.
Adverbs mostly, but don't always, have the suffix -ly on the end.The adverb of ample is amply.
Ample is an adjective, not a verb. There is no related verb form. The adverb form is amply.Example: We have ample food to see us through the winter.(ample = sufficient, plentiful)A verb for is to amplify.
The word ample is an adjective and means more than enough. A sentence with this word is: There was an ample supply of food and drinks for the wedding guests.
First, most states require a degree in physical therapy as well as a business license. In addition to knee-drop tables, stimulation machines and pads, stretch bands and light weight exercise machines, ample space is needed for the actual therapy to take place.
The word ample has two syllables. The syllables in the word are am-ple.