single-spacing


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sin·gle-space

(sĭng′gəl-spās′)
v. sin·gle-spaced, sin·gle-spac·ing, sin·gle-spac·es
v.tr.
To type, print, or format (copy) without leaving a blank line between lines.
v.intr.
To type, print, or format copy without leaving a blank line between lines.
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Noun1.single-spacing - typing that does not leave lines blank
typewriting, typing - writing done with a typewriter
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The Coalition also angered Judge Green by filing briefs that exceeded the court's imposed page limits, even single-spacing some paragraphs to squeeze in more arguments.

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