- v. Simple past tense and past participle of single-space.
- adj. (of type or print) not having a blank space between lines
“Two single-spaced pages outlining guidelines and with check boxes next to things (none of which were checked …).”
“They had a handful of brilliant foragers many with doctorates who would submit typed, single-spaced reports on some new product or other from an outlying region.”
“Upon his death in 1973, hundreds of paintings, many of which were over 10 feet long and double-sided, a 15,000 page single-spaced novel, an autobiography, and thousands of pages of journals were discovered in his humble room.”
““What I got was five feet of single-spaced names and codes,” recalls Johnson.”
“In the end, Woodward reveals, Obama devised his own alternative strategy and personally wrote out its terms in a six-page, single-spaced memo that he made his top civilian and military advisers read and sign on to.”
“The reprinted story originated from a single-spaced, 10 to”
“Harry flipped through the pages, full of single-spaced names.”
“There was no justification for WikiLeaks' release of a four-page, single-spaced cable, classified as secret, listing facilities around the world, ranging from specified undersea communication lines to a laboratory that makes smallpox vaccine, that the U.S. considers vital to its national security.”
“Those written conversations can sometimes be as long as 20 single-spaced pages.”
“Even if the client couldn't understand the 20-page single-spaced durable power of attorney that we've prepared, if they're having a good day, sometimes they are able to sign the documents.”
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