space

Part of speech: verb

To set apart by spaces; also, to arrange into spaces.

Part of speech: noun

An interval between points or objects; place; room.

Part of speech: noun

Continuous or unlimited extension.

Part of speech: noun

An interval of time; period.

Part of speech: noun

An occasion or opportunity.

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Usage examples "space":

  1. You can fill that much space, any way; but you are not built for a reporter. - "The Quality of Mercy", W. D. Howells.
  2. Neither Fell nor Chacherre moved or spoke for a space. - "The Mardi Gras Mystery", H. Bedford-Jones.
  3. And there was very little space inside. - "The Sky Is Falling", Lester del Rey.