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
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.
In the interstices between these he inserted his feet and hands, and thus he let himself down, descending gradually.The Living Link|James De Mille
Not in the waters of the sea or in the interstices of the rocks outside, but here!The Golden Slipper|Anna Katharine Green
This became less and less necessary as the water froze round her and in the interstices in her sides.Farthest North|Fridtjof Nansen