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Definition of "wall-space" [wall-space]

  • In architecture, an expanse of wall unbroken by architectural features or ornaments; especially, such an expanse con sidered as a feature of design, or as a field for decoration in painting, or of any other na ture. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "wall-space" in a sentence
  • "But I agree, the wall-space around the beds should have been used for cupboards, shelves, and drawers. modina on 18 Jan 2009 at 9: 09 am #"
  • "I saw every bit of available wall-space hung deep with sea-boots, oilskins, and garments, clean and dirty, of various sorts."
  • "They were beautiful and honest things, and he decorated all the available wall-space of his bedroom with them."
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