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vastly

[ vast-lee, vahst‐ ]
/ ˈvæst li, ˈvɑst‐ /
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adverb

to an extremely great extent or degree; hugely:We still have essentially the same brains as early humans, but most of us live in vastly different circumstances than they did.

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Origin of vastly

OTHER WORDS FROM vastly

su·per·vast·ly, adverb
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