Crawl Space

Business / Real Estate / Crawl Space: 1. The space between the ground and the first floor, often found in homes with no basement. 2. The space found between the top floor and the roof, often found in the place of an attic.

Other Words for Crawl

Crawl Verb Synonyms: inch, creep, drag
Crawl Noun Synonyms: creep, worm, wriggle, wiggle, squirm, edge
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Other Words for Space

Space Adjective Synonyms: spaciousness, room, place, expanse, elbow-room, leeway, margin, latitude, play
Space Verb Synonyms: accommodation, seat, berth, room, place
Space Noun Synonyms: interval, lapse, period, time, hiatus, lacuna, span, while, duration, extent, spell, stretch, pause, wait, intermission, gap, break, interruption
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National Airspace System (NAS)

Technology / Aviation / National Airspace System (NAS): The common network of US airspace: air navigation facilities, equipment and services, airports or landing areas: aeronautical charts, information and services: rules, regulations and procedures, techn MORE

Negative Space

Life Style / Painting / Negative Space: The areas of an artwork that are NOT the primary subject or object. Negative Space defines the subject by implication. See Positive Space, Notan, Gestalt MORE

Positive Space

Life Style / Travel / Positive Space: Space aboard a ship or aircraft that can be confirmed ahead of time. MORE

Shallow Space Blocking

Technology / Television (TV) / Shallow Space Blocking: A type of blocking associated with multiple-camera, studio set productions, where, due to the shallow sets, the actors mostly move side-to-side, rather than up-and-back. MORE

My Space

Business / Internet Marketing / My Space: Myspace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-generated content with network of friends, music, photos, bulletins, blogs, groups, and more. Online: myspace MORE

Hyperspace

Entertainment / Video Games / Hyperspace: Popularized in Asteroids (1980), causes you ship to disappear and reappear in a random location. Useful to escape dangerous situations, but can sometimes put you in a far worse predicament. Death on r MORE

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