1. a small structural space between tissues or parts of an organ
    the interstices of a network
  2. small opening between things
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How To Use interstice In A Sentence

  • One always hopes that the ordering of poems in a book adds to their individual strength, breeding meaning in the interstices; but it is actually quite rare to see it in a first collection, as the poet is concentrating so much on specifics.
  • Meanwhile, with all this traveling, my net access has been frustratingly erratic, and I've had frustratingly few of those little chunks of blogging time in the interstices of my schedule.
  • But then, as the final drops reach the ground and many more perch unsteadily on the now dustless leaves, at that unprotected moment, when you are not quite sure that it has finally ceased raining, and neither is the rain itself, in that very interstice, everything becomes serene. Excerpt: The Bastard of Istanbul by Elif Shafak
  • A network is anything _reticulated or decussated, with interstices at equal distances between the intersections_. Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition
  • Sufficient space is left over in the interstices between the twelve balls, that they can roll around a bit on the surface of the central ball.
  • The view displayed hills for miles in all directions, amongst which were many bare rocks of red colour heaped into the most fantastically tossed mounds imaginable, with here and there an odd shrub growing from the interstices of the rocks; some small miniature creeks, with only myal and mulga growing in them, ran through the valleys -- all of these had recently been running. Australia Twice Traversed, Illustrated,
  • Notes: when install WPC products, there must be some proper interstice , and fix the products directly on the joist.
  • The iterative time of the future is a becoming-space where the ‘in-between’ becomes utterable, and can return and be reiterated in the interstices of the present.
  • Anything reticulated or decussated, at equal distances, with interstices between the intersections. ' Life Of Johnson
  • This would mean building, within these interstices, new landmarks for the transformative power of the erotic, a meetingplace where our deepest yearnings for different kinds of freedom can take shape and find rest.
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