from The Century Dictionary.
- Like a waste; desolately.
- Very greatly; to a vast extent or degree: also in exaggerated colloquial use (see
vast, a., 4).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb To a vast extent or degree; very greatly; immensely.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
Greatly, in a vastmanner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb to an exceedingly great extent or degree
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It was an expression vastly different from the tired helplessness she had seen in the faces of men coming home from the war after the surrender.
And I, as you may have picked up, tend to think the term vastly overused hereabouts ...
The WS410 access point sports six antenna and uses beamforming -- a single radio method of handling signal reflection and directionality -- to provide what they term a vastly increased coverage area.
[ 'The country still would've been in vastly better shape, because Bush is a fool's fool.']
They've all been manageable but in vastly different ways.
Would conservatives argue that the IRS is awesome because it takes in vastly more money than it spends?
But if Republicans turn out in vastly higher numbers and Democrats don't, the race could certainly be closer than PPIC suggests.
Demographically, younger and older Americans grew up in vastly different worlds.
IF Obama is trying to stimulate the economy, it is because we are now in vastly different circumstances than we were in 2001.
The Jebster running for POTUS would bring out the Democratic base in vastly larger numbers than publicly funded gay abortions would bring out the repiggies.