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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The delegation's most substantive event may come outside of the Olympic ambit on Saturday.
But one thing is clear: Whatever form the independent investigation of Trump’s activities takes, its ambit has to go well beyond the Trump–Russia nexus.
However, within the ambit of his vast, brutish carelessness are some people with sinister agendas and anti-constitutional impulses.
But Craig and Mullins say Colorado’s regulation targets conduct, not speech, effectively putting it outside the ambit of the First Amendment.
Even in the familiar relationship of an old woman and her cat, Le Guin finds an ambit for challenging moral insight and matter for an inquisitiveness that probes the deep time of evolution.
That is why the only way to limit the immense damage that Comey’s firing has already done to basic democratic norms is to appoint an independent committee or special prosecutor with robust powers and a wide ambit.
Now over a short span of three years more farmers have been brought under its ambit.
TripAdvisor has a slightly different problem: Its ambit is so broad that its recommendations have come to represent a safe median, a poll of polls.
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