vaster

Vaster vs Taster - What's the difference?

vaster | taster |


As an adjective vaster

is (vast).

As a noun taster is

that in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like.

Vaster vs Aster - What's the difference?

vaster | aster |


As an adjective vaster

is (vast).

As a noun aster is

(l).

Waster vs Vaster - What's the difference?

waster | vaster |


As a noun waster

is someone or something that wastes; someone who squanders or spends extravagantly or waster can be (obsolete|chiefly|fencing) a kind of cudgel; also, a blunt-edged sword used as a foil.

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Faster vs Vaster - What's the difference?

faster | vaster |


As a verb faster

is .

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Vastel vs Vaster - What's the difference?

vastel | vaster |


As a noun vastel

is .

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Laster vs Vaster - What's the difference?

laster | vaster |


As a noun laster

is .

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Easter vs Vaster - What's the difference?

easter | vaster |


As adjectives the difference between easter and vaster

is that easter is (obsolete) eastern while vaster is (vast).

Gaster vs Vaster - What's the difference?

gaster | vaster |


As a noun gaster

is .

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Caster vs Vaster - What's the difference?

caster | vaster |


As a noun caster

is someone or something that casts.

As an adjective vaster is

(vast).

Vaster vs Master - What's the difference?

vaster | master |


As an adjective vaster

is (vast).

As a noun master is

(l) (original version of a document or of a recording).

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