noun, plural in·ter·stic·es [in-tur-stuh-seez, -stuh-siz]. /ɪnˈtɜr stəˌsiz, -stə sɪz/.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON "WAS" VS. "WERE"!
Origin of interstice
OTHER WORDS FROM intersticein·ter·sticed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for interstice
And it is here, in the interstices between the law and morality, that the pressure for reform starts to build up irresistibly.
White cliffs stretched high above the camp, with pine-trees growing at all angles from the interstices of rock.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
In some places it would appear that they were built up wall-shape, liquid cement being poured into the interstices.The Towns of Roman Britain|James Oliver Bevan
Nearer came the feet, and I peered between the interstices of the screening balustrade.Valley of the Croen|Lee Tarbell