White-space definition

Space on a page or in a document not covered by print or graphic matter.
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All the blank areas as of a printed page, where there is no text, illustration, etc.
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White area between written characters and graphic regions on a produced page or computer display; blanks and the vertical blank lines in between paragraphs, or other organized rows of text lines (poetry).
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(computer science) Any single character or series of characters that represents horizontal or vertical space in typography.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
white-space
Plural:
white-spaces