Examples of ambit in a Sentence
many feel that church leaders stray outside of their proper ambit when they make specific political endorsements
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In Turkey’s case, this deviation came in the form of Ataturk’s inauthentic reforms that placed the country within the ambit of a West that did not accept Turks as equal partners.
The more that Waters’s legend grows, the larger the ambit for his grievance becomes.
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Origin and Etymology of ambit
Middle English, from Latin ambitus, from ambire
First Known Use: 1597See Words from the same year
AMBIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ambit for English Language Learners
: the range or limit that is covered by something (such as a law)
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