triple-space

[trip-uh l-speys]

verb (used with or without object), tri·ple-spaced, tri·ple-spac·ing.

to type (text, copy, etc.) so as to have two blank lines after each typed line.

Nearby words

  1. triple-digit,
  2. triple-double,
  3. triple-expansion,
  4. triple-header,
  5. triple-nerved,
  6. triple-tongue,
  7. triplegia,
  8. triplet,
  9. tripletail,
  10. tripleton

Origin of triple-space

First recorded in 1935–40

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