Main Entry: in·ter·stice Pronunciation: in-‘t&r-st&sFunction: nounInflected Form(s): plural in·ter·stic·es /-st&-“sEz, -st&-s&z/Etymology: Middle English, from Latin interstitium, from inter- + -stit-, -stes standing (as in superstes standing over) — more at SUPERSTITION1 a : a space that intervenes between things; especially : one between closely spaced things b : a gap or break in something generally […] Read More

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Main Entry: Pronunciation: ‘gapFunction: nounEtymology: Middle English, from Old Norse, chasm, hole; akin to Old Norse gapa to gapeDate: 14th century1 a : a break in a barrier (as a wall, hedge, or line of military defense) b : an assailable position2 a : a mountain pass b : RAVINE3 : SPARK GAP4 a […] Read More