vast

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Positive
vast

Comparative
vaster

Superlative
vastest

Positive
vast

Comparative
more vast

Superlative
most vast

  1. If something is vast, it is very, very big.
    Tax rates will go up for the vast majority of the population.
    The system wastes vast sums of money.
    To do such work takes vast amounts of time and patience.
    The army marched over the vast territories of Russia.
    We saw vast improvements in their test scores.
    Two boats simply wouldn't be able to find each other in these vast oceans.
    Indonesia is stretches over a vast number of islands.
    They're building a vast network of power lines to transport the electricity.
    He has a vast collection of photos.
    The building was vast and empty.
    The problem is that distances are so vast.

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