noun, plural in·ter·stic·es [in-tur-stuh-seez, -stuh-siz] /ɪnˈtɜr stəˌsiz, -stə sɪz/.
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Origin of interstice
OTHER WORDS FROM intersticein·ter·sticed, adjective
Words nearby interstice
Example sentences from the Web for interstice
He had noticed that the door was not quite closed, and the interstice irresistibly fascinated him.The Lion's Share|E. Arnold Bennett
I showed him that the sliver taken from the slipper fitted exactly the interstice I had indicated.The Triumphs of Eugne Valmont|Robert Barr
The lights were all off; a pencil of moonlight here and there from an interstice in the curtains alone touched her as she passed.The Summons|A.E.W. Mason
Krupp bent down and glanced through an interstice of a partition at a clock in the corridor.The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
There was an interstice through which I got my hand, and put that figure-peg in place again.The Voodoo Gold Trail|Walter Walden