- circumference; circuit.
- boundary; limit.
- a sphere of operation or influence; range; scope: the ambit of such an action.
- Now interestingly enough, a recent discovery has rather reinforced the architectural ambit of the Dionysiac Villa.
- They have come within the ambit of law enforcement by violating some law: drunk driving for example.
- This approach easily sweeps Assange and WikiLeaks into its ambit.
- Whether they are in the ambit covered by Madoff's alleged help to the SEC is not publicly known.
- Against this it was maintained that Kimberley was outside the ambit of the army's high and mighty consideration.
- The correctional courts mentioned deal with the graver offences which are outside the ambit of the juge de paix.
- I saw for the first time an horizon as an arc suggesting how wide is our ambit.
- This simile to Nonconformity also holds good a little when we seek to ascertain the ambit of Richardson's popularity.
- The whole surface of my ambit was spread out like a miniature map in my eye, and continues to be.