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Meanings and phrases
- to an exceedingly great extent or degree; immensely
- It's a vastly different mall that was built.
- These coat colors carried vastly different cultural significance.
- Similarly, the religious fabric of the Najd and the Hejaz were vastly different.
- On account of this the condition of roads have vastly improved.
- Turbo-Basic XL's most notable feature was vastly improved execution speed.
- Kent had vastly improved come 1894, under the captaincy of Frank Marchant.
- British military was vastly superior during the conflict.
- The Abbasid contingent was vastly superior in size, said to have numbered 7,000 men.
- The performance of single shock absorber suspensions was vastly superior to twin shock motorcycles.
- The national team is consistently competitive against teams from vastly more populous nations.
- This is because the person with the addiction is vastly more involved with food than with people.
- With the development of relativity theory in physics, this question became vastly more complicated.