Complete Definition of "whitespace"

English
Punctuation marks

Pronunciation
AHD|wīt???, IPA|/waɪtspeɪs/, SAMPA|/waIt???/
Homophones: wight

AHD|hwÄ«t, IPA|/Êaɪt/, SAMPA|/WaIt?/
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Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-eɪs|-eɪsRhymes:English:-aɪt|-aɪt

Etymology
Via English printing and typing terminology, from Old English hwīt + ''spaces

Noun
whitespace (uncountable and countable; plural: whitespaces)

  1. White area between written characters and graphic regions on a produced page or computer display; blanks and the vertical blank lines in between paragraph's, or other organized rows of text lines (poetry). <!--- Just not sure
  2. The intervening contents of a volume. --->

zh:whitespace

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