- RELv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
No, but the two words are often juxtaposed, as in "the vast, unlimited expanse of the Arctic tundra." It isn't actually unlimited, but it seems like it when you are trying to travel across it with inadequate supplies.
- Richard MLv 71 decade ago
Not strictly speaking. But when you can't see the limit it appears unlimited.
- 1 decade ago
yes when the boundaries are unknown or set Beyond the scope of mankind
we tend to say space is vast, but we do not know if there are boundaries or notSource(s): observation
- GrahamHLv 71 decade ago