adjective, vast·er, vast·est.
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These sculptures all around the city make the vastness almost like a treasure hunt!New York Is Not Really the Best Place for the All-Star Game|Sarah Langs|July 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His artwork is heavily influenced by the vastness of the big, open sky.James Turrell: Looking Back at 50 Years of Illuminating Light as Art|Jean Trinh|May 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I was either looking down at my notebook or out at the vastness of the site, which itself felt completely arbitrary.At the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a Steady Drip of Toxic Trouble|Eric Nusbaum|February 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Where vastness once signaled bounty, it gives off now a whiff—and sometimes more than that—of excess, of self-indulgence.
Universal execration derives a grandeur even from its vastness.Toilers of the Sea|Victor Hugo
This first expedition opened their eyes to the vastness of the undertaking, and led many to doubt who did not doubt before.The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph|Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field
"You may well say that, David," the woman answered with a certain pride in the vastness of her calamity.The Leatherwood God|William Dean Howells
And then the vastness of the problem enunciated by her demand loomed before him.Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
I need not describe to you, who know the place so well, the vastness of the building or the splendour of its appearance.The Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too|Alfred Elwes