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headspace

or head space

[ hed-speys ]
/ ˈhɛdˌspeɪs /
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noun
Informal. mental state; state of mind: Doomscrolling all day puts me in a really bad headspace, so I try to stay away from all that negative news.He creates such profoundly rich creative universes, it truly feels like you enter a completely different headspace when you watch his shows.
Informal. quiet, private, or contemplative mood or frame of mind: I spend a lot of the weekend in my own headspace, so I can’t really engage with anything much.I never listen to music when I’m jogging, since I run for headspace as much as for exercise.
empty space left above the contents of a closed jar, can, or other container.
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Origin of headspace

First recorded in 1800–10; head + space
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