Examples of spacing in a Sentence
The spacing between characters should be even.
the spacing of the houses was a little tight
Recent Examples of spacing from the Web
Nikola Mirotic has added a nice spacing punch in New Orleans, and lineups with Davis at center are thriving.
There are other, less noticeable differences, including wider hub spacings on the Pivot, wider bars, bigger tube shapes, brawny linkages for stiffness, and internal cable routings.
As the layers dry, chemical reactions can change the size and spacing of pigments within them to produce such effects as vibrant colours or deep, rich tints.
Other conditions include screening of mechanical building components from public view and alternations to spacing and height, to preserve sight lines to and from the bridge.
Izzo's 2016 team was an offensive juggernaut that relied on spacing, shooting, movement, high-ball screens, back-door cuts and the brilliance of Denzel Valentine.
The Pelicans’ decision to attack with a tandem of dynamic post players ran counter to a trend in the NBA toward smaller lineups that rely on tempo, spacing and reliable perimeter shooting to create scoring opportunities.
Then add the three remaining pairs with similar spacing.
The spacing appeared to be better and Ersan Ilyasova‘s presence elevated the play of his teammates.
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SPACING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spacing for English Language Learners
: the amount of space between letters, words, or lines on a printed page
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