Origin of spacious
Examples from the Web for spacious
“America the Beautiful” has not yet shed its grace on Regnery ( For Spacious Skies, From Sea to Shining Sea).
Spacious pastures led up by slow degrees to ordered clusters of wood, which hinted at the presence of some great manor house.The Riddle of the Sands|Erskine Childers
Spacious and comely was the room which he had made for song, where the singer rested; but the land which mourned was wider.Ole Bull|Sara C. Bull
Spacious, but often barred, passages lead sometimes only fifty, sometimes 360 feet into the rock.The History of Antiquity, Vol. I (of VI)|Max Duncker
Spacious walks paved with huge blocks of opal divided the rows of palaces.Punch Among the Planets|Various
Spacious, comfortably furnished, each opening on a view of the ocean, the rooms of the hotel are very attractive and pleasing.
Word Origin for spacious
late 14c., from Old French spacios or directly from Latin spatiosus (Medieval Latin spaciosus), from spatium (see space (n.)).