American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Space that has four or more dimensions.
- n. A fictional space in which laws of physics may be circumvented allowing faster-than-light travel or time travel.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A space of more than three dimensions.
- n. Non-Euclidean space.
- Pertaining to either genus of hyperspace, n-dimensional or non-Euclidean.
- n. mathematics An n-dimensional Euclidian space with n > 3.
- n. mathematics A Euclidian space of unspecified dimension.
- n. science fiction A notional space orthogonal to the usual dimensions of space-time often used for faster-than-light travel.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Geom.) A mathematical space having more than three dimensions. It is a mathematical construct and is not intended to represent the structure of the common physical space in which matter exists.
“But Marcus du Sautoy offers to name a symmetrical object in hyperspace for you.”
“I do not wish to enter the debate of slavery and states rights, there is note enough room in hyperspace for that one, I believe both sides foolishly thought it would be a brief conflict, that they were superior in both ability and God's blessing, and that was the greatest flaw, so brother killed brother, countless families destroyed, cities ruined. the North won, but we all lost, since we are still fighting this battle.”
“Not just a dogfight, but a dogfight in hyperspace!”
“Hence, when I try to explain hyperspace or string theory to children, I use analogies that they can understand that summarize the essence of a physical theory.”
“I had never been in hyperspace before, never actually been off the planet.”
“Are you also unaware that transponders are needed to identify and track ships in hyperspace? â€ â€œWarp corridors?”
“Just wanted you to know that we're all reading your weblog whenever we get the chance (when we can catch a breath in hyperspace).”
“15: 10 Okay, WinAmp apparently wants me all floaty today ... now it's chucking out Ozric Tentacles. spirals in hyperspace!”
“In return for a donation of at least £10, Marcus will name a hyperspace symmetry object after you (or someone else).”
“They say your life flashes before your eyes in hyperspace.”
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over or beyond; exceeding; excessively
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