Space vs Unspaced - What's the difference?

space | unspaced |


As a noun space

is (lb) of time .

As a verb space

is (obsolete|intransitive) to roam, walk, wander.

As an adjective unspaced is

not spaced; without spaces or gaps.

space

English

(wikipedia space)

Noun

  • (lb) Of time.
  • #
  • #*1616 , (William Shakespeare), (w, All's Well that Ends Well)
  • #*:Come on, thou are granted space .
  • #*1793 , , "The Royal Message", Poems
  • #*:In two days hence / The judge of life and death ascends his seat. / —This will afford him space to reach the camp.
  • #A specific (specified) period of time.
  • #*1893 , (Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman), Giles Corey
  • #*:I pray you, sirs, to take some cheers the while I go for a moment's space to my poor afflicted child.
  • #*2007 , Andy Bull, (The Guardian) , 20 October:
  • #*:The match was lost, though, in the space of just twenty minutes or so.
  • #*{{quote-news, year=2011, date=September 29, author=Jon Smith, work=BBC Sport
  • , title= Tottenham 3-1 Shamrock Rovers , passage=But their lead lasted just 10 minutes before Roman Pavlyuchenko and Jermain Defoe both headed home in the space of two minutes to wrestle back control.}}
  • #An undefined period of time (without qualifier, especially a short period); a .
  • #*1923 , (PG Wodehouse), (The Inimitable Jeeves)
  • #*:Even Comrade Butt cast off his gloom for a space and immersed his whole being in scrambled eggs.
  • (lb) Unlimited or generalized physical extent.
  • #Distance between things.
  • #*c.1607 , (William Shakespeare), (Antony and Cleopatra) :
  • #*:But neere him, thy Angell / Becomes a feare: as being o're-powr'd, therefore / Make space enough betweene you.
  • #*2001 , Sam Wollaston, (The Guardian) , 3 November:
  • #*:Which means that for every car there was 10 years ago, there are now 40. Which means - and this is my own, not totally scientific, calculation - that the space' between cars on the roads in 1991 was roughly 39 car lengths, because today there is no ' space at all.
  • #Physical extent across two or three dimensions; area, volume (sometimes for or to do something).
  • #*1601 , (William Shakespeare), (Hamlet) , First Folio 1623
  • #*:O God, I could be bounded in a nutshell, and / count my selfe a King of infinite space ; were it not that / I haue bad dreames.
  • #*2007 , Dominic Bradbury, (The Guardian) , 12 May:
  • #*:They also wanted a larger garden and more space for home working.
  • #Physical extent in all directions, seen as an attribute of the universe (now usually considered as a part of space-time), or a mathematical model of this.
  • #*1656 , (Thomas Hobbes), Elements of Philosophy , II
  • #*:Space is the Phantasme of a Thing existing without the Mind simply.
  • #*1880 , (Popular Science) , August:
  • #*:These are not questions which can be decided by reference to our space' intuitions, for our intuitions are confined to Euclidean ' space , and even there are insufficient, approximative.
  • #*2007 , Anushka Asthana & David Smith, (The Observer) , 15 April:
  • #*:The early results from Gravity Probe B, one of Nasa's most complicated satellites, confirmed yesterday 'to a precision of better than 1 per cent' the assertion Einstein made 90 years ago - that an object such as the Earth does indeed distort the fabric of space and time.
  • #The near-vacuum in which planets, stars and other celestial objects are situated; the universe beyond the earth's atmosphere.
  • #*1901 , (HG Wells), (The First Men in the Moon) :
  • #*:After all, to go into outer space is not so much worse, if at all, than a polar expedition.
  • #*2010 , (The Guardian) , 9 August:
  • #*:The human race must colonise space within the next two centuries or it will become extinct, Stephen Hawking warned today.
  • #The physical and psychological area one needs within which to live or operate; personal freedom.
  • #*1996 , Linda Brodkey, Writing Permitted in Designated Areas Only :
  • #*:Around the time of my parents' divorce, I learned that reading could also give me space .
  • #*2008 , Jimmy Treigle, Walking on Water
  • #*:"I care about you Billy, whether you believe it or not; but right now I need my space ."
  • (lb) A bounded or specific physical extent.
  • #A (chiefly empty) area or volume with set limits or boundaries.
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  • #*:Carried somehow, somewhither, for some reason, on these surging floods, were these travelers,. Even such a boat as the Mount Vernon offered a total deck space so cramped as to leave secrecy or privacy well out of the question, even had the motley and democratic assemblage of passengers been disposed to accord either.
  • #*2000 , Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Islam and Gender
  • #*:The street door was open, and we entered a narrow space with washing facilities, curtained off from the courtyard.
  • #*2012 , Charlotte Higgins, (The Guardian) , 16 July:
  • #*:Converted from vast chambers beneath the old Bankside Power Station which once held a million gallons of oil, the new public areas consist of two large circular spaces for performances and film installations, plus a warren of smaller rooms.
  • #(lb) A position on the staff or stave bounded by lines.
  • #*1849 , (John Pyke Hullah), translating Guillaume Louis Bocquillon-Wilhem, Wilhelm's Method of Teaching Singing
  • #*:The note next above Sol is La; La, therefore, stands in the 2nd space ; Si, on the 3rd line, &c.
  • #*1990 , Sammy Nzioki, Music Time
  • #*:The lines and spaces of the staff are named according to the first seven letters of the alphabet, that is, A B C D E F G.
  • #A gap in text between words, lines etc., or a digital character used to create such a gap.
  • #*1992 , Sam H Ham, Environmental Interpretation
  • #*:According to experts, a single line of text should rarely exceed about 50 characters (including letters and all the spaces between words).
  • #*2005 , Dr BR Kishore, Dynamic Business Letter Writing :
  • #*:It should be typed a space below the salutation : Dear Sir, Subject : Replacement of defective items.
  • #(lb) A piece of metal type used to separate words, cast lower than other type so as not to take ink, especially one that is narrower than one en (compare quad ).
  • #*1683 , (Joseph Moxon), Mechanick Exercises: Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works. Applied to the art of Printing. , v.2, pp.240–1:
  • #*:If it be only a Single Letter'' or two that drops, he thru?ts the end of his ''Bodkin'' between every ''Letter'' of that Word, till he comes to a ''Space''''': and then perhaps by forcing tho?e ''Letters'' closer, he may have room to put in another '''''Space''''' or a ''Thin '''Space'''''; which if he cannot do, and he finds the '''''Space''''' ?tand ''Loo?e'' in the ''Form''; he with the ''Point'' of his ''Bodkin'' picks the '''''Space''''' up and bows it a little; which bowing makes the ''Letters'' on each ?ide of the '''''Space'' keep their parallel di?tance; for by its Spring it thru?ts the ''Letters'' that were clo?ed with the end of the ''Bodkin'' to their adjunct ''Letters , that needed no clo?ing.
  • #*1979 , Marshall Lee, Bookmaking , p.110:
  • #*:Horizontal spacing is further divided into multiples and fractions of the em. The multiples are called quads''. The fractions are called ''spaces .
  • #*2005 , Phil Baines and Andrew Haslam, Type & Typography , 2nd ed., p.91:
  • #*:Other larger spaces – known as quads – were used to space out lines.
  • #A gap; an empty place.
  • #*2004 , Harry M Benshoff (ed.), Queer Cinéma
  • #*:Mainstream Hollywood would not cater to the taste for sexual sensation, which left a space for B-movies, including noir.
  • #*2009 , Barbara L. Lev, From Pink to Green
  • #*:A horizontal scar filled the space on her chest where her right breast used to be.
  • #
  • #:
  • #(lb) A set of points, each of which is uniquely specified by a number (the dimensionality) of coordinates.
  • # A marketplace for goods or services.
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  • Quotations

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    Synonyms

    * (intervening contents of a volume) volume * (space occupied by or intended for a person or thing) room, volume * (area or volume of sufficient size to accommodate a person or thing) place, spot, volume * (area beyond the atmosphere of planets that consists of a vacuum) outer space * (gap between written characters) blank, gap, whitespace (graphic design) * (metal type) quad, quadrat * (set of points each uniquely specified by a set of coordinates) * (personal freedom to think or be oneself) * (state of mind one is in when daydreaming) * (generalized construct or set in mathematics) * (one of the five basic elements in Indian philosophy) ether

    Derived terms

    * address space * aerospace * affine space * airspace, air space * backspace * Baire space * Banach space * base space * breathing space * chemical space * column space * compact space * conjugate space * connected space * crawl space, crawlspace * cyberspace * danger space * dark space * dead-air space * dead space * deep space * double-space * drift space * dual space * Einstein space * em space, * en space * Euclidean space * exceptional space * exotic four-space * fishing space * flat space * floorspace, floor space * Foch space * Fourier space * * free space * function space * G space * hair space * half space * Hausdorff space * headspace * Hilbert space * homeomorphic space * homogeneous space * hydrospace * hyperbolic space * hyperspace * image space * inertial space * inner product space * interaction space * interplanetary space * interspace * interstellar space * intervillous space * isometric space * joint space * justifying space * lacunary space * * loading space * measurable space * metacompact space * metric space * metrizable space * Minkowski space * Moore space * multispace * mutton space * namespace * n space * n-dimensional space * normal space * normed linear space * null space * nut space * object space * open half space * orbit space * orthogonal space * outer space * paracompact space * Pauli spin space * Peano space * perfectly separable space * perivitelline space * phase space * Polish space * popliteal space * pore space * probability space * problem space * projective space * pseudospace * quotient space * reflexive Banach space * regular space * regular topological space * Riemann space * sample space * separable space * sequentially compact space * shrinking space * single-space * space age, Space Age * space alien * space attenuation * space bar * space biology * space blanket * spaceborne * space cadet * space capsule * space centrode * space charge * space cloth * space communication * space cone * space coordinate * spacecraft * space current * space curve * space defence, space defense * space environment * space factor * spacefaring * space fixed reference * space flight * space frame * spaceful * space group * space guidance * space heater * space hopper * space junk * space lattice * spaceless * spacelike * (l) * spaceman * space medicine * space mission * space motion * space navigation * space opera * space out * space perception * space permeability * space polar coordinate * spaceport * space power system * space probe * space processing * space quadrature * space quantization * spacer * space race * space reconnaissance * space reddening * space request * space research * space satellite * space science * spaceship * space shuttle * space sickness * space simulator * space station * space suit * space suppression * space technology * space tourism * space velocity * space walk * spaceward * space wave * space weapon * space weather * space writer * space-time * spacey * spin space * state space * strictly convex space * subarachnoid space * subspace * sunspace * symmetric space * * * * * tangent space * tensor space * thick space * thin space * three-space * topological space * total space * triangulable space * Tychonoff space * uniform space * unitary space * vector space * watch this space * wave-vector space * weakly complete space * white space, whitespace * workspace

    See also

    (punctuation)

    Verb

    (spac)
  • (obsolete) To roam, walk, wander.
  • * 1596 , Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene , IV.ii:
  • But she as Fayes are wont, in priuie place / Did spend her dayes, and lov'd in forests wyld to space .
  • To set some distance apart.
  • :: Faye had spaced the pots at 8-inch intervals on the windowsill.
  • :: The cities are evenly spaced .
  • To insert or utilise spaces in a written text.
  • :: This paragraph seems badly spaced .
  • To eject into outer space, usually without a space suit.
  • :: The captain spaced the traitors.
  • Derived terms

    * spaced * spaced-out

    Anagrams

    * 1000 English basic words ----

    unspaced

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Not spaced; without spaces or gaps.