Stasio was just one member of a vast hacking enterprise, the vanguard of a new cyber war.
And of course, should Americans suddenly wake up and extract their sweet tooth, a vast international market awaits.
Romney made a vast fortune in part by loading up businesses with debt, laying off employees, and canceling their health benefits.
In just 144 pages a vast emotional terrain is revealed, and made real.
This has led to the creation of a vast reserve army of unemployed youth who are easy prey for the drug cartels.
How indeed would this have been possible with such a vast multitude of figures?
The meeting was held in the vast auditorium of the Circus Building, which was filled.
But it was a vast region, and the Indians could not be everywhere.
But it is of no use to try and calculate the vast advantage of Fiscal expansion.
We saw, sitting on a vast granite boulder, a man who looked at us.
1570s, from Middle French vaste, from Latin vastus "immense, extensive, huge," also "desolate, unoccupied, empty." The two meanings probably originally attached to two separate words, one with a long -a- one with a short -a-, that merged in early Latin (see waste). Very popular early 18c. as an intensifier. Related: Vastly; vastness.