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spa·cious

 (spā′shəs)
adj.
1. Having enough or abundant space or room; large in area or extent: a spacious convention center.
2. Large in range or scope: too spacious a subject for a short lecture.

spa′cious·ly adv.
spa′cious·ness n.
Synonyms: spacious, ample, capacious, commodious, roomy
These adjectives mean having or affording a large amount of space: a spacious apartment; an ample kitchen; a capacious purse; a commodious harbor; roomy pockets.

spacious

(ˈspeɪʃəs)
adj
having a large capacity or area
[C14: from Latin spātiosus, from spatium space]
ˈspaciously adv
ˈspaciousness n

spa•cious

(ˈspeɪ ʃəs)

adj.
1. containing much space, as a house or vehicle; roomy.
2. occupying much space; vast.
3. of a great extent or area; broad: the spacious prairies.
4. broad in scope, range, inclusiveness, etc.
[1350–1400]
spa′cious•ly, adv.
spa′cious•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.spacious - very large in expanse or scope; "a broad lawn"; "the wide plains"; "a spacious view"; "spacious skies"
big, large - above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the world"
2.spacious - (of buildings and rooms) having ample space; "a roomy but sparsely furnished apartment"; "a spacious ballroom"
commodious, convenient - large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense); "a commodious harbor"; "a commodious building suitable for conventions"

spacious

adjective roomy, large, huge, broad, vast, extensive, ample, expansive, capacious, uncrowded, commodious, comfortable, sizable or sizeable The house has a spacious kitchen and dining area.
limited, narrow, restricted, close, small, crowded, confined, cramped, poky

spacious

adjective
1. Having plenty of room:
2. Large in expanse:
Translations
واسِع، فَسيح
prostorný
rummelig
prostranširok
rúmgóîur
prostoren

spacious

[ˈspeɪʃəs] ADJespacioso, amplio

spacious

[ˈspeɪʃəs] adjspacieux/euse

spacious

adjgeräumig; garden, parkweitläufig

spacious

[ˈspeɪʃəs] adjspazioso/a

space

(speis) noun
1. a gap; an empty or uncovered place. I couldn't find a space for my car.
2. room; the absence of objects; the area available for use. Have you enough space to turn round?; Is there space for one more?
3. (often outer space) the region outside the Earth's atmosphere, in which all stars and other planets etc are situated. travellers through space.
verb
(also space out) to set (things) apart from one another. He spaced the rows of potatoes half a metre apart.
ˈspacing noun
the amount of distance left between objects, words etc when they are set or laid out.
spacious (ˈspeiʃəs) adjective
providing or having plenty of room. Their dining-room is very spacious.
ˈspaciously adverb
ˈspaciousness noun
ˈspace-age adjective
extremely up-to-date and advanced. space-age technology.
ˈspacecraft noun
a vehicle etc, manned or unmanned, for travelling in space.
ˈspaceship noun
a spacecraft, especially a manned one.
ˈspacesuit noun
a suit designed to be worn by a ˈspaceman.
References in classic literature ?
I merely wish to say, that as a slight token of my gratitude for the honor done me, and as a means of promoting friendly relations between adjoining nations, I have set up a post office in the hedge in the lower corner of the garden, a fine, spacious building with padlocks on the doors and every convenience for the mails, also the females, if I may be allowed the expression.
He now spoke of the long and painful route by which they had left those spacious grounds and happy villages, to come and battle against the enemies of their Canadian fathers.
In my native town of Salem, at the head of what, half a century ago, in the days of old King Derby, was a bustling wharf -- but which is now burdened with decayed wooden warehouses, and exhibits few or no symptoms of commercial life; except, perhaps, a bark or brig, half-way down its melancholy length, discharging hides; or, nearer at hand, a Nova Scotia schooner, pitching out her cargo of firewood -- at the head, I say, of this dilapidated wharf, which the tide often overflows, and along which, at the base and in the rear of the row of buildings, the track of many languid years is seen in a border of unthrifty grass -- here, with a view from its front windows adown this not very enlivening prospect, and thence across the harbour, stands a spacious edifice of brick.
In the bosom of one of those spacious coves which indent the eastern shore of the Hudson, at that broad expansion of the river denominated by the ancient Dutch navigators the Tappan Zee, and where they always prudently shortened sail and implored the protection of St.
Its top is not more spacious than the palm of a man's hand, and standing upon such a base as that, Flask seemed perched at the mast-head of some ship which had sunk to all but her trucks.
He was a darkly-tanned, burly, good-natured, fine-looking man, of sixty or thereabouts, dressed in a spacious roundabout, that hung round him in festoons of blue pilot-cloth; and one empty arm of this jacket streamed behind him like the broidered arm of a huzzar's surcoat.
Eva's bed-room was a spacious apartment, which, like all the other robins in the house, opened on to the broad verandah.
In two days we had it all done and the water in -- a spacious pool of clear pure water that a body could swim in.
When one is in one of those villages it seems spacious, and its houses seem high and not out of proportion to the mountain that overhands them--but from our altitude, what a change
To his left, back of the rows of citizens, was a spacious temporary platform upon which were seated the scholars who were to take part in the exercises of the evening; rows of small boys, washed and dressed to an intolerable state of discomfort; rows of gawky big boys; snowbanks of girls and young ladies clad in lawn and muslin and conspicuously conscious of their bare arms, their grand- mothers' ancient trinkets, their bits of pink and blue ribbon and the flowers in their hair.
Certainly I had been accustomed to every luxury at Maple Grove; but I did assure him that two carriages were not necessary to my happiness, nor were spacious apartments.
So that, in fact, you see, if people do but know how to set about it, every comfort may be as well enjoyed in a cottage as in the most spacious dwelling.