Definitions

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  • adjective Pertaining to hyperspace.
  • adjective Of or pertaining to multi-dimensional geometry.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ spatial

Examples

  • At that point, the science is so advanced that we can assume that scientists have solved pesky problems, like hyperspatial drive and portable nuclear power plants.

    MIND MELD: What's Your Favorite Sub-Genre of Science Fiction and/or Fantasy?

  • BRIEF SYNOPSIS: John Bandicut and his crew are the last hope to save the galaxy from destructive hyperspatial gravity waves.

    REVIEW: Sunborn by Jeffrey A. Carver

  • The way station to which they are suddenly diverted is subjected to hyperspatial gravity waves that are getting stronger and threaten countless planets in the galaxy, including Earth.

    REVIEW: Sunborn by Jeffrey A. Carver

  • BRIEF SYNOPSIS: John Bandicut and his crew are the last hope to save the galaxy from destructive hyperspatial gravity waves.

    November 2008

  • Reviews from gearheads, once they get their hands on these things, may bring us back down to earth soon enough, but for now, this feels like a quick hyperspatial zip forward towards a future we knew was coming eventually: a bridge between the computer and the TV; and a nifty little pocket-sized slate that does everything.

    GreenCine Daily: Apple TV and iPhone.

  • The Spawn of Boskone are still at it, and the invention of very small hyperspatial tubes worries Tregonsee greatly.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Darkness lay over the deep and God moved upon the face of the hyperspatial matrix.

    UNCLE

  • Since all their space-opera weapons are inconceivably powerful, and unthinkably long-range, your chance of surviving is low, even supposing your solar system is not one of those swept into a hyperspatial tube.

    Reader Challenge #5B - The Coolest Science Fiction Setting (TV/Film)

  • “Which in my mind makes the most likely scenario for the alien destruction of earth would be the aliens offing us by accident” e.g. demolition required for the building of a hyperspatial express route …

    If Aliens Decided to Destroy Humanity, Could We Blame Them?

  • In all my time spent in hyperspatial witch-attics, I've never seen an abyss.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

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