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open space

noun as in clearance

noun as in clearing

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Decluttering to create open spacesPhysical obstacles to people working together are being removed to create open spaces to help with social distancing.

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It’s possible to develop a great workout routine without stepping foot in a gym—all you need is a few feet of open space and a $35 kettlebell.

In one photograph, she’s surrounded by rocks, blue sky, open space.

As with so much of everywhere, there’s less open space than there used to be between the town and the center of Oklahoma City, about half an hour away.

Its ordinance relating to shorelines states it’s the “primary policy of the city to protect and preserve the natural shoreline, especially sandy beaches,” as well as open space and public access along the coast.

They were streaming for open Space within less than thirty minutes from the time Cain had freed her.

The rapid growth of towns, and especially of London, and the awakening Open Space movement.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to open space, such as: allowance, expanse, gap, headroom, margin, and opening.

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